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By Jonathan Coady, Justin Milne
On June 25, 2018, the Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island (the "Supreme Court") released its much anticipated decision in Mi'kmaq of P.E.I. v. Province of P.E.I.
By Kevin Landry
Health Canada released the Cannabis Act Regulations at a news conference on June 27, 2018.
By Andrew Burke, David Randell, Divya Subramanian
There is never a dull moment when it comes to cryptocurrency: whether it is the hacking of a South Korean crypto exchange, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announcement that Ether is not a security ...
By James Travers, Justin Milne
A new Bill, the Business Corporations Act ("Act"), recently passed by the Prince Edward Island legislature, has made significant changes to the way corporations ...
By Grant Machum, Sheila Lanctôt
While most people think Canada Day is on July 1st, once every 6 years, July 1st falls on a Sunday. When that happens, according to federal legislation, Canada Day is legally observed on July 2nd.
By Perlene Morrison, Hilary Foster
Municipalities in Prince Edward Island entered a new era when the Municipal Government Act (the "MGA") was proclaimed into force on December 23, 2017.
By Vasu Sivapalan
On May 5, 2017, An Act Respecting the Opening of Sealed Adoption Records ("Act") received royal assent, leading to significant changes for birth parents and adoptees across the province.
By Jennifer Taylor
The amendments apply to property insurance policies and will primarily impact homeowners' policies.
By Brian Johnston QC
Cannabis legalization is coming. The legislation is expected to pass by July with legalization becoming effective by September.
By Janet Clark, CHRP, Sean Seviour
A recent decision from the Supreme Court of Canada clarifies determination of what is "reasonably foreseeable": Rankin (Rankin's Garage & Sales) v J.J., 2018 SCC 19.
By Jennifer Taylor, Michelle Chai
A recent Supreme Court decision tackled two issues that have proven complex in Nova Scotia law: summary judgment and limitation periods.
By Brian Johnston QC
The Grievor suffered from osteoarthritis and Crohn's Disease.
By Rick Dunlop, Richard Jordan
Employers, and benefit providers on their behalf, make policy decisions as to what drugs or benefits (including monetary limits) will be covered by benefit plans
By Erin Best
The case is a win for the insurance industry in many respects.
By Rob Aske
The arrival of spring should bring thoughts of renewal… to your privacy practices.
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