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By Anthony Arquin, Vincent A. Mercier
The revised transaction received over 90% support from shareholders at the meeting to approve the transaction.
By Anthony Arquin, Marie-Emmanuelle Vaillancourt, Agnès Pignoly
Tel qu'anticipé, ces nouvelles dispositions s'appliquent à l'égard des transferts d'immeubles effectués après le 20 décembre 2017.
By Marie-Andree Latreille, Michael Disney, Alain Roberge, Marie-Emmanuelle Vaillancourt
Bill C-86 introduces significant changes to the Canada Business Corporations Act that will come into effect on June 13, 2019.
By Elias Benhamou, Anthony Arquin, Agnès Pignoly
The Regulation is expected to come into force on October 1, 2020.
By Alexandria Pike, Natalie Renner, Gabriel Lavery Lepage, Denis Ferland, Sarah Powell, Robin Schwill, Marie-Claude Bellemare
In a landmark decision released on January 31, 2019, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled in Orphan Well Association v Grant Thornton Ltd. that the environmental remediation obligations of a bankrupt oil and gas company ...
By Peter Glicklich, Gregg M. Benson, Heath Martin
U.S. taxpayers will remember 2018 as the year spent coming to terms with the tax reform legislation enacted at the end of 2017, known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA).
By R. Ian Crosbie, Bobby J. Sood, Michael Kandev, John Lennard, Marc André Gaudreau Duval, Olivia Khazam, Reuben Abitbol
Each year at this time we offer a look back at some of the more significant income tax developments in Canada affecting domestic and international business over the past year and a look ahead ...
By R. Ian Crosbie, Bobby J. Sood, Michael Kandev, John Lennard, Marc André Gaudreau Duval, Olivia Khazam, Reuben Abitbol, Peter Glicklich, Gregg M. Benson, Heath Martin
In our annual Tax Review and Outlook report, we look back at significant developments in the Canadian and U.S. tax landscapes in 2018 and offer our predictions on what to expect in 2019.
By Jeffrey Nadler, Shahar Gonen
This new disclosure requirement, which is primarily corporate governance–related, is set out in new Item 407(i) of Regulation S-K.
By Louis-Martin O'Neill, Patrice Labonté
Previously, the operating rules of the SEAO had been set solely by the secretariat of the Conseil du trésor.
By Luis Sarabia, Steven Frankel
The British Columbia Court of Appeal affirmed the decision of the lower court.
By David Wilson, Daniel Pearlman, Robert Murphy
Comments are due by March 1, 2019.
By George Addy, John Bodrug, Adam Fanaki
The federal government is expected to announce the appointment of a Commissioner early in the new year.
By Peter Glicklich, Gregg M. Benson, Heath Martin
The United States was initially reluctant to adopt the recommendations of the base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) initiative spearheaded by the OECD and the G20 group of nations.
By Peter Glicklich, Heath Martin
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act replaced the U.S. federal corporate alternative minimum tax with the base erosion and anti-abuse tax, which targets deductible payments made after 2017 by certain large corporations ...
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