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By Tracy Molino
On May 25, 2018, the Department of Finance (Department) released, for consultation, its review of the Canadian Payments Act (Review).
By Robert (Bob) W. Murray, Melissa Caouette, Rachel Curran
On Thursday, June 7, 2018, the 2018 Ontario Election saw an approximate 58 percent voter turnout—the highest since 1999—resulting in a majority government for the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party...
By Anna Loparco
The Canadian government recently introduced a Bill which contained the most significant changes to Canada's trademark laws in modern history.
By Dina I. Awad, David McCutcheon
We recently wrote about a case of the Divisional Court of Ontario, The Conservative Party of Canada v Trost, 2018 ONSC 2733, in which the Court ...
By Cristina Wendel
The Alberta Court of Appeal recently reviewed the provisions of the Workers' Compensation Act (the "Act") that enable the Workers Compensation Board ...
By Eric Foster, James Wishart, Daniel McElroy
One objective of the efforts to legalize cannabis is to displace the illicit market. Much attention in this respect has been focused on the proposed rules regarding licences, taxes and security clearances.
By Andre Garber
Since inception, G20 members have acknowledged the unique role entrepreneurs and small businesses play in supporting economic growth, job creation and poverty reduction.
By Cristina Wendel
As we previously reported, the majority of the amendments to Alberta's Occupational Health and Safety Act set out in Bill 30 will be coming into force on June 1, 2018.
By Rachel Howie, David Wotherspoon
While the amendments primarily adopt certain changes seen in the 2006 Model Law, notably the expansion at Article 17 therein on interim measures and preliminary orders, the manner...
By Anneli LeGault
We have reported before on the case of Wayne Talos and the Grand Erie District School Board. Mr. Talos was a teacher who chose to continue working past the age of 65 ...
By Sandy Walker
On May 23rd, the Canadian Government prohibited the $1.5 billion acquisition of Canadian construction company Aecon Group Inc., by China Communications Construction Company International Holding Limited (CCCC) ...
By David McCutcheon, Dina I. Awad, Adam Ollenberger
Judicial review is a public law remedy, but does this preclude it from being available for decisions made by private entities such as voluntary associations or political parties?
By Lara Vos Smith
Thank you for joining us at Dentons' seventh annual CPD Bootcamp.
By Adrian Miedema
The Ontario Labour Relations Board has suspended a Ministry of Labour inspector's compliance order relating to an employer's harassment investigation after the employer appealed the orders ...
By Douglas Stewart, Deepshikha Dutt
A release is a contract that relieves one or more parties of future liability surrounding certain incidents.
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