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By Stephen Zolf
In our recent post,we surveyed the various proposals in the Liberal Party of Canada 2019 Election Platform. This post does a deeper dive on a specific tax reform proposal...
By David Stevens
A recent Federal Court decision has granted the British Columbia Attorney General an interlocutory (interim) injunction suspending the operation of Alberta's Preserving Canada's Economic...
By Stephen Zolf
The midpoint of the federal election campaign has arrived and with it the release of the detailed (and costed) Liberal Party of Canada 2019 Election Platform.
By Fiona Brown, Michael Horvat
Canadian employment law shares many similarities with U.K. employment law by virtue of Canada having inherited its common law system from the U.K. Nevertheless, it is important for U.K. employers ...
By Zoë Thoms
As we discussed in a prior article, climate change litigation has come to Canada.
By Daria (Dasha) Peregoudova
The employer can, however, provide that window at any time during the employee's work shift.
By Cynthia Sefton
As with the first regulation, there are changes to the manner of airborne measurement and calculation of worker exposure.
By Ian Aversa, Andy Nguyen, Shakaira John
On November 1, 2019, a number of amendments to the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (the "BIA") and the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (the "CCAA") will come into force pursuant to the
By Donald Carr
It is sometimes suggested that providing for spousal trusts in "family wills" today is less frequent than before amendments to the Income Tax Act ("ITA") substantially removed the ability to reduce income taxes by the use of them.
By Jeremy Burke
Ontario's second round cannabis retail lottery was held on August 20. The 42 winners won the opportunity to apply for a licence to operate a cannabis retail store in Ontario.
By David Stevens, Codie Mitchell
The Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project is once again in the hands of the Federal Court of Appeal after the September 4, 2019 decision in Raincoast Conservation Foundation v. Canada (Attorney General) (Raincoast Conservation).
By Patrick Harrington
On April 3, 2018, the land use planning approvals and appeals process in Ontario was significantly transformed by the Building Better Communities and Conserving Watersheds Act, 2017
By David Stevens
As promised in the 2019 Budget, the Federal Government is moving forward with the "Canadian Centre for Energy Information." The Centre is a partnership between Natural Resources
By Zoë Thoms, Christian Nianiaris
Our previous article on climate litigation discusses the framework by which plaintiffs around the world have brought claims against their governments for allegedly failing to mitigate greenhouse gas
By Fred Cass
In August 2019, the Ontario Energy Board issued procedural orders with respect to the hearing of a motion for review of its earlier decision on an application made by Energy+ Inc.
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