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By Elyse Calvi, Paul Guaragna
In 2016, the Ontario government released Striking the Balance: Expert Review of Ontario's Construction Lien Act, which proposed substantive changes to Ontario's construction legislation.
By Eric Laxton, David Tang
On May 2, 2019, Ontario's Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing introduced new legislation under Bill 108, referred to as the More Homes, More Choice Act, 2019, aimed at improving affordability by eliminating...
By Gerry Argento, LL.M.
Il est essentiel dans le cadre d'un appel d'offres que les soumissionnaires puissent s'attendre à ce que le donneur d'ouvrage applique les exigences de l'appel d'offres de façon égale à l'égard de chacun des soumissionnaires.
By Jaspal Sangha
According to a UN Report of the Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples, government investment into First Nation communities across Canada has not kept pace with the demand for adequate housing...
By Eric Johnson, David Gerecke
Bill 151 was passed into law on March 12, 2019.
By Luanne Schlosser, David Krebs
A high profile data breach involving a US company, Equifax Inc.[i], and its Canadian subsidiary, Equifax Canada Co., along with the coming into force of the European Data Protection Regulation
By Jonathan Martin, Troy Baril, Chad Eggerman
In 2015, the Ontario government launched an independent review of Ontario's construction laws resulting in a report entitled Striking the Balance – Expert Review of Ontario's Construction Lien Act.
By Sean Bryden, David Gerecke
Late in 2018, the Saskatchewan Legislature introduced Bill 151, which amends The Personal Property Security Act, 1993 (Saskatchewan) (the PPSA).
By Jane Loyer
On April 1, 2019, the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act (the "Act") came into force in Manitoba, New Brunswick, Ontario and Saskatchewan, and it will come into force on July 1, 2019 for each of Nunavut and the Yukon
By Kim Ozubko
On March 19, 2019, the Canadian government released its 2019 Federal Budget: Investing in the Middle Class (the "2019 Budget").
By Joanna Harris
Postnuptial agreements are an increasingly popular method for spouses to protect their wealth from future claims from a separated spouse as a result of relationship breakdown
By Brian Kaliel Q.C.
The Supreme Court of Canada has recently dismissed an application for leave to appeal from a decision of the Manitoba Court of Appeal.
By Sasha Segal, Matthew G. Smith
On April 3, 2019, Bill 66, Restoring Ontario's Competitiveness Act, 2018 ("Bill 66") received Royal Assent and became law.
By Katie Comley
For many Canadians, the legalization of cannabis on October 17, 2018 came and went without incident, save for supply shortages at dispensaries and online providers nationwide.
By David Krebs, Jacey Safnuk
The Canadian Anti-Spam Law ("CASL") has been with us now for five years and it has been over 15 years since the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act ("PIPEDA") came into force.
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