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By Bobby Solhi
Goods exported or otherwise delivered to a recipient outside of Canada are typically not subject to the GST/HST and usually zero-rated.
By Katherine Ayre, Denes Rothschild
The proposed merger of two northern-Canada focused airlines, First Air and Canada North, has been criticized by the Competition Bureau.
By Ryma Sachedina
In September 2016, the Minister of National Revenue appointed a Consultation Panel on the Political Activities of Charities to consider feedback from consultations with charities and make recommendations to the Minister on how the CRA can clarify the guidance, information and resources it provides to charities on the rules governing political activities
By Jesse Goldman, Erica Lindberg
In today's rapidly shifting trade climate, it is more important than ever for importers to have confidence in the tariff classification of their imported goods and be able to react quickly
By Bradley Freedman
In February 2019, the Investment Funds Institute of Canada issued a Cybersecurity Guide to help its members develop a robust cybersecurity program. The guide is consistent with guidance ...
By Carol Derk, Julie Mansi, Chris Betty
As technology develops, derivatives market participants continue to balance the digital transformations of their businesses with their need to manage risk.
By Anne Corbett, Lydia Wakulowsky, Henry Ngan
On February 26, 2019, Minister Christine Elliott unveiled the Government of Ontario's anticipated flagship legislation on healthcare reform.
By Ève Gaudet
Judgment on the merits in the "red dust" case, Lalande c. Compagnie d'arrimage de Québec et al., 2019 QCCS 306 (CanLII) was rendered on February 5 last.
By Bradley Freedman, Éloïse Gratton, Elisa Henry
Canada's federal PIPEDA imposes obligations on private sector organizations that suffer a breach of security safeguards affecting personal information under their control.
By Bradley Freedman, Éloïse Gratton, Elisa Henry
PIPEDA regulates the collection, use and disclosure of "personal information" in the course of a "commercial activity" by private sector organizations in all provinces and territories
By Robin Squires
On February 28, 2019, Canada enacted the Wrecked, Abandoned or Hazardous Vessels Act (the Act). The new legislation prohibits vessel abandonment and enacts within Canadian law the International Convention on the Removal of Wrecks, 2007.
By Paul Mingay, Fred Pletcher, Xiaodi Jin
When negotiating a big and exciting transaction, the last thing the parties want to think about is what happens if the deal goes sideways.
By Omar K. Madhany
Last week, the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) announced that it had awarded $7.5 million to three whistleblowers who provided tips that led to OSC enforcement actions.
By Stephen Redican, Cindy Zhang
Payments Canada (formally known as the Canadian Payments Association) owns and operates Canada's core payment clearing and settlement systems.
By Laura Poppel
On January 1, 2019, an amendment to the Alberta Provincial Court Act, RSA 2000, c P-31 (the Act) came into effect which provides the Lieutenant Governor in Council the authority ...
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