In September 2014, the federal government and British
Columbia, New Brunswick, Ontario, Prince Edward Island and
Saskatchewan governments signed a memorandum of agreement to
formalize the terms and conditions of a new proposed cooperative
capital markets regulatory system. The Yukon Territory agreed to
join in April, 2015.
The new proposed cooperative system has emerged in the wake of
the 2011 Supreme Court of Canada decision which defeated the
Canadian government's previous initiative to establish a single
national securities regulator.
Consultation drafts of the new proposed uniform provincial
capital markets legislation (Capital Markets Act) and federal
legislation (Capital Markets Stability Act) were released for
comment in September 2014. Following that comment period, a revised
draft of the Capital Markets Act, and draft regulations to be made
under that Act, were released for comment in August 2015, with the
comment period ending December 23, 2015.
Please join members of the Blakes Commercial Real Estate group as they discuss five key provisions of a commercial real estate purchase agreement that are often the subject of much negotiation but are sometimes misunderstood.
Emotional culture is influenced in great part by the mindset and actions of leadership, although employees also play more of a role than they may realize in creating the culture that exists in the group.
The session will be led by Dr. Robert Brooks, an award-winning author and psychologist. In his presentation, Dr. Brooks will describe the mindset and realistic practices of leaders and staff that help to nurture and sustain a culture characterized by positive emotions, satisfying, respectful relationships, a sense of meaning and ownership for one’s work, and enhanced job performance. Examples will be offered to illustrate strategies for developing a positive emotional culture in an organization.
Join leading lawyers from the Blakes Pensions, Benefits & Executive Compensation group as they discuss recent updates and legal developments in pension and employee benefits law as well as strategies to identify and minimize common risks.
Under the Income Tax Act, the Employment Insurance Act, and the Excise Tax Act, a director of a corporation is jointly and severally liable for a corporation's failure to deduct and remit source deductions or GST.
Under the Income Tax Act, the Employment Insurance Act, the Canada Pension Plan Act and the Excise Tax Act, a director of a corporation is jointly and severally liable for a corporation's failure to deduct and remit source deductions.
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