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By Tamela Coates, Jonathan H. Selnes
PCR was also held to have breached its contract with IFP by disposing of its interest to a third party without IFP's consent, which consent was reasonably withheld.
By Nicole Skuggedal, Katy Allen
This article is important news for the audience of HR professionals and employers across Canada.
By Kellan McKeen
After a long journey through the legislative process, Bill C-25, which amends the CBCA, together with the Canada Cooperatives Act and the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act, received Royal Assent on May 1, 2018.
By Nicole Skuggedal, Katy Allen
A former flight attendant of WestJet, Mandalena Lewis, has commenced a class action lawsuit on behalf of a proposed class of WestJet employees, alleging that the company breached its promise to provide...
By Michelle Jones
The case involved the application of litigation privilege to an internal incident investigation conducted following a workplace fatality.
By Michelle Jones
The Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed leave to appeal in Suncor Energy Inc. v. Her Majesty the Queen in the Right of Alberta.
By David Gibbons
The British Columbia Court of Appeal recently released its decision in Hunt v. The Owners, Strata Plan LMS 25556, 2018 BCCA 159, reaffirming the longstanding maxim that "justice must not only be done, it must be seen to be done."
By Edward Wilson
The assignment of a pre-sale condominium may, depending on the factual background, be subject to Goods and Services Tax
By Craig Ferris, QC
BC has traditionally not mandated that non-residents are included in a certified class unless those non-residents expressly "opt in" in the proceeding.
By Jim Boyle
In the fast-paced world of payroll, mistakes occasionally happen leading to overpayment of employees. It is tempting to correct such overpayment by simply deducting the overpaid amount from the employee's next paycheque.
By Nicole Skuggedal
For provincially regulated employers, Alberta is currently the only province with mandatory private sector privacy breach reporting requirements.
By Chat Ortved, Andrew Ross
The questions in the Staff Notice are aimed at these issues.
By Mark Fancourt-Smith
Organizations will be required to notify the Commissioner in the event of a data breach.
By Chat Ortved
Canada's takeover bid regime was overhauled in 2016, with the intention of rebalancing the dynamics among offerors, target boards, and target shareholders (the "New Takeover Regime").
By Jennifer Nyland
In our previous Project Law blog post, we discussed the triggers for project Impact Assessment, as well as the transition provisions for existing projects, and provisions to substitute assessment...
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