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By Natalie Bussière, Francis Laperrière Racine
On May 10, 2018, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) confirmed that certain sections of the Quebec Pay Equity Act (Act) regarding pay equity audits were invalid, inapplicable and unenforceable.
By Dawn Jetten, Nicole McDonald
Building on the federal government's continued commitment to modernize and enhance Canada's financial consumer protection framework (Framework) ...
By Sean Boyle, Doug McLeod, Darren Reed, Alexandra Luchenko
The IIROC recently released its Annual Enforcement Report, which highlights IIROC's efforts to increase its rate of collection on monetary fines, including through increased legal authority...
By Zvi Halpern-Shavim
Cannabis producers with Health Canada licences can now apply for excise duty licences with the CRA.
By Fabien Lanteri-Massa, Rebecca Dawe, Cristina Cataldo (Summer Law Student)
Green bonds have been steadily gaining in popularity, becoming a high-profile instrument in capital markets and now green loans are set to ramp up in 2018.
By Joe McArthur, Brady Gordon (Student-At-Law)
In Slovak Republic v. Achmea B.V. (Achmea), the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that the existence of an independent arbitral tribunal established under a bilateral investment treaty...
By Blakes Competition & Antitrust Group
In today's enforcement climate, it is critical that businesses adopt and adhere to a competition law compliance policy that accords with the Competition Bureau's 2015 bulletin on Corporate Compliance Programs.
By Brian Facey, Navin Joneja
THE  PEACE  BRIDGE, LOCATED  AT the end of Lake Erie, connects the United States to Canada. Opened in 1927, it was named to commemorate 100 years of peace between ..
By Andrea York
The Ontario government has announced that it will reverse a Bill 148 amendment on the calculation of public holiday pay.
By Joe McArthur, Scarlett Smith
In its recent decision in Hunt v. The Owners, Strata Plan LMS 2556, the BCCA held that private communications between an arbitration panel and only one party to the arbitration can give rise...
By Annick Demers, Elizabeth Sale
In brief, Bill 178 will amend the Consumer Protection Act (Act) by introducing new regimes for time shares, prearranged funeral services and ticket resales.
By Kathleen Keilty, Joan Chambers, Susan Tomaine, Trevor Simpson
On April 26, 2018, British Columbia released proposed legislation to provide for legal, controlled access to non-medical cannabis.
By Victoria Allsopp, Paul Belanger, Elizabeth Sale
The Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) recently requested industry feedback on a proposed Superintendent Guideline, titled Treating Financial Services Consumers Fairly (Proposed Guideline).
By James Sullivan, Robin Reinertson, Rebecca Spigelman
Recently, the Government of British Columbia introduced Bill 21, 2018 Class Proceedings Amendment Act, to amend the Class Proceedings Act, R.S.B.C. 1996 (amended CPA).
By Antonio Turco
On April 26, 2018, the Government of Canada unveiled its long-awaited intellectual property (IP) strategy...
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