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By Matt Maurer
The current cannabis shortage could be stabilized by the spring of 2019
By Adam Black
In recent times, the concept of family has experienced tremendous change.
By Laurie Pawlitza
On Nov. 19, 2018, Regional Senior Justice Peter Daley took an unprecedented step. Speaking to media, members of the profession and the public from the dais in the Brampton, Ont., courthouse,
By Matt Maurer
Everyone in the industry had fair warning that promoting cannabis products, services and accessories was going to be exceptionally difficult from a regulatory perspective.
By Linda J. Godel, Lauren Crosby
November has been an eventful month for Canadian charities, non-profits, and news organizations.
By Daniel Pugen, Shreya Patel
On November 21, 2018, Bill 47, the Making Ontario Open for Business Act, 2018 received Royal Assent. Bill 47 repealed almost all of the labour and employment reforms enacted by the Wynne Government under Bill 148 just a year ago.
By Lisa R. Lifshitz
On Sept. 28, California became the first U.S. state to specifically regulate the security of connected devices, otherwise known as the Internet of Things or IoT devices.
By Lisa Corrente
On February 24, 2017, a foster home operated by Connor Homes was engulfed in flames after one of the youth living in the home deliberately started a fire inside the premises.
By Matt Maurer, Vlad Mihaescu
Yesterday, the Ontario Government released a number of significant details about Ontario cannabis retail.
By Laurie Pawlitza
Laurie Pawlitza gets a lot of starry-eyed clients in her office – they're often young couples who are moving in to their first home and come in asking for cohabitation agreements...
By Adam Black
A corporation is a separate legal entity, generally immune from the personal responsibilities of its shareholders. However, in rare circumstances ...
By Marco P. Falco
For decades, the modern approach to statutory interpretation has required judges to discern legislative intent by examining the words of an Act in their "entire context" and in their "grammatical and ordinary sense". But is there a role for concepts like trial fairness when Courts engage in statutory interpretation?
By Jeffrey J. Simpson
Almost one year ago, in an article entitled "Are Forbearance Agreements on the Endangered Species List? The Effect of Canada v. Callidus Capital on Lender's Dealings with Insolvent Borrowers"...
By Marco P. Falco
British Columbia argued that it had no obligation to produce the Databases.
By Linda J. Godel, Lauren Crosby
There continue to be more developments in relation to the political activities of Canadian charities. On October 25, 2018, the Department of Finance (Finance) introduced new proposed amendments ...
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