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By Carol A. Dirks
On October 1, 2019, the second set of amendments to the Construction Lien Act came into force. Now called the Construction Act, these amendments
By David Thiel
On September 20, 2019, the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services (the "Ministry") announced a proposal to change the way in which the forms...
By Rachel Fielding
Summer came late to Toronto this year, and with it, came an inundation of Condominium Authority Tribunal ("CAT" or the "Tribunal") matters.
By Gareth F.G. Stackhouse
The Condominium Authority Tribunal ("CAT") has released some instructive decisions in the late summer/early fall of 2019 to further clarify record
By Irwin Greenblatt, Eric Roblin, Jennifer A. Humphrey
On August 1, 2019 the Canadian Securities Administrators ("CSA") published Staff Notice 51-358 Reporting of Climate Change-related Risks (the "Notice") to highlight the responsibilities
By Marc Weisman, Sabrina Alaimo
Regulation 105 to Paragraph 153(1)(g) of the Income Tax Act (Canada) requires a Canadian customer of a non-resident
By Stanley Berger
As of the end of August 2019, Canada has a new environmental assessment regime — the Impact Assessment Act. Concurrent with the coming into force of
By Justin Jakubiak
I JUST RECEIVED MY FIRST back-toschool flyer and immediately felt a pit in my stomach. Growing up, I always hated back-to-school flyers and the sight of corn fields
By Gareth F.G. Stackhouse
The Condominium Authority Tribunal ("CAT") has recently released some instructive decisions further clarifying records request matters and the CAT's own procedures.
By Stanley Berger
On July 11, 2019 the B.C. Court of Appeal in Canadian Plastic Bag Association v. Victoria (City), 2019 BCCA 254 invalidated a City of Victoria by-law
By Stanley Berger
On June 28, 2019 the Ontario Court of Appeal rejected the Province of Ontario's constitutional challenge of the Canadian Government's carbon pricing legislation, determining
By Jennifer A. Humphrey, Rick Moscone
On July 3, 2019 the provincial regulator for cannabis retail storefronts, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (the "AGCO")
By Stanley Berger
On June 20th, 2019 the Canadian Senate, Parliament's chamber of second thought, approved two government bills for which it had proposed significant
By Irwin Greenblatt, Karen A. Murray
While the board of directors of a corporation governed by the OBCA has the power to declare dividends, its authority to declare and pay cash dividends is subject to compliance with two statutory solvency tests.
By Marc Weisman, Roberto De Pasquale
Many trustees do not follow the legalities surrounding family trusts in corporate transactions. On a share sale transaction, the trustees (often one or both of the patriarch or matriarch....
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