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By Antonio Di Domenico, Chris Margison, Jenna L. Ward
During his keynote speech at the Canadian Bar Association's Competition Law Spring Conference on May 7, 2019, the Commissioner of Competition discussed several important topics, including more active enforcement...
By Matthew Welch
For many of us, federal election law regulates what is, for the most part, a spectator sport.
By Daniel Fabiano, Sophie MacRae, Jordana Keslassy
This bulletin, the seventh in our series on Bill 74: The People's Health Care Act, 2019, provides an overview of technology, information sharing and privacy aspects of Ontario's new health care legislation and ...
By Niall Rand, Bridget Gilbride
On May 2, 2019, in R. v. Desautel, 2019 BCCA 151, the British Columbia Court of Appeal found that "aboriginal peoples of Canada" in s. 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982 should be broadly interpreted to include ...
By Norm Keith
The court heard the testimony of eleven prosecution witnesses.
By Shane Todd, Cathy Chandler
The assessment must identify risks of harassment and violence in the workplace, and develop and implement preventive measures.
By Annie Bernard, Christine Provencher, Jean-François Trudelle
In July 2005, Litostroj executed two identical subcontracting contracts with Ideal for the design, production, installation, and activation of the generators.
By Stuart Strachan
Joint ventures are generally only of interest to competition authorities when they trigger merger notification obligations, or are otherwise used as a platform for collusive or anticompetitive behavior.
By Jean H. Gagnon
Some court decisions rendered over the last few years indicate that a franchisor who fails to provide an operations manual to each of its franchisees commits a breach of its legal obligations towards the franchisees.
By Peter Kirby, Nicolas Charest
On April 8th, Bill Morneau, Canada's Minister of Finance, introduced the Budget Implementation Act, 2019 (the "Budget Bill").
By Raphaël Buruiana
When tribunals allow a discrimination complaint pursuant to the Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms, they will usually order the defendant to pay moral and/or punitive damages and in some cases order the reinstatement of the plaintiff.
By Matthew Welch, Lindsay Aagaard
The treatment of cannabis in the budget is one example.
By Mark Penner, Nathan Haldane
One of the key pillars of the strategy was updating and amending the legislation covering IP rights in Canada.
By M. Elena Hoffstein, Brittany Sud, Mahsa Pezeshki
Expenditures on PPDDAs should be properly characterized as they now qualify as charitable activities.
By Kevin O'Callaghan, Niall Rand, Madison Grist, Emilie Bundock
This conclusion aligned with the argument of the Liard First Nation and was supported by expert evidence at trial.
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