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By Subrata Bhattacharjee, Denes Rothschild, Danielle Ridout
On May 23, 2018, it was announced that the Canadian government has used the national security provisions of the ICA to block a proposed $1.5 billion takeover of Aecon Group Inc. by CCCC International Holding Ltd...
By Ewa Krajewska
The case of M.R.R. v J.M., 2017 ONSC 2655 has given us a first glance at how the courts may be expected to interpret the changes to the CLRA resulting from the All Families Are Equal Act...
By John McIntyre
The Court of Appeal for British Columbia made headlines last week for its decision in Rosas v. Toca, where the Court started its decision by quoting from Oliver Twist: ...
By Mark Wheeler
The Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act ("ESTMA") came into force on June 1, 2015 to enhance the accountability and transparency of payments ...
By Natalie Kolos, Rebecca Bush, David Elman
As of May 3, 2018, substantive changes were made to the Minimum Maintenance Standards for Municipal Highways, O Reg 239/02 and the Minimum Maintenance Standards for Highways in the City of Toronto, O Reg 612/06.
By Robert Dawkins, Michelle Maniago
The BC Court of Appeal recently dismissed the appeal in Bodnar v. Community Savings Credit Union, where the appellants attempted to overturn a declaration made after a summary trial application that ...
By David Elman, John Hunter
A recent decision of the Supreme Court of Canada, Rankin (Rankin's Garage & Sales) v. J.J., 2018 SCC 19, reinforces that foreseeability of harm operates as a critical limiting principle in the law of negligence.
By Stephen Fyfe
It may not have been the collision of two worlds, but there is at least a fender bender to deal with.
By Chidinma Thompson, Michael Gaber
One of the key issues is the potential adverse effects of the Project on aboriginal participants and whether such effects can be adequately mitigated.
By Braek Urquhart, Jamison Young
On April 26, 2018, the Ontario Ministry of Finance (the "Ministry") released new regulations (the "Regulations") under the Land Transfer Tax Act (the "LTTA") with regards to "qualifying entities," ...
By Bradley Freedman
In January 2018, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission accepted an undertaking by Ancestry Ireland Unlimited Company, operator of the Ancestry online genealogy service ...
By Daniel Grodinsky
In the recent Quebec Court of Appeal decision in Benisty v. Kloda, 2018 QCCA 608, the Court of Appeal considered what to do with this type of recorded evidence.
By Brennan Carroll, Anthony Deluca
On February 12, 2018, the City of Toronto passed a by-law that could reduce property taxes by 50 per cent for some culture hubs and creative spaces.
By Auke Visser, Lisa Hiebert
On April 25, 2018, the government of B.C. approved new legislation that aims to strengthen B.C.'s orphaned well restoration and prevention regime.
By Krista Johanson
This decision confirms that a judge should exercise caution in favour of the lien claimant in determining the appropriate amount of security.
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