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By Devin Wehrle
As of October 1, 2019, Manitoba's minimum wage will increase 30 cents – from $11.35 per hour to $11.65 per hour.
By Walter Pavlic, Q.C., Jana Linner, Daniel Shapiro
On October 21, 2019, Canada goes to the polls. It is important for employers to be aware of their obligations under the Canada Elections Act, SC 2000, c 9 (the "Act")
By Jana Linner, Robel Sahlu
Starting October 1, 2019, the minimum wage in Saskatchewan will increase from $11.06 per hour to $11.32 per hour.
By Reis Pagtakhan, Scott Bell, Jessica Jensen
If you are a foreign national and have committed or been convicted of a driving under the influence offence or any other criminal offence
By Kristal Allen
In April of this year, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) announced that it would be revisiting its 2009 guidelines for processing personal data across borders...
By Nathan Schissel, Jeremy Barber
Cybersecurity incidents have a tendency to grab headlines and compromise business value. Recently, we posted about the impact two major cybersecurity breaches had on Yahoo! ("Yahoo").
By Jason Mohrbutter
This claim involves allegations that a licensing agreement of the University's carbon capture technology with the defendant HTC was entirely non-exclusive.
By Jason Mohrbutter
In Input Capital Corp. v Gustafson, 2019 SKCA 78, the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal recently overturned a trial judgment that found a standard form
By Lynsey Gaudin, Alizeh Virani, Graham Christie
Protections against discrimination are enshrined in federal and provincial human rights legislation across the country. Although there are commonalities
By Reis Pagtakhan
While new U.S. regulations requiring visa applicants to the U.S. to submit information on their social media profiles has gotten quite a bit of attention,
By Shaunt Parthev, Janelle Souter
Letters of credit are occasionally used in construction contracts to secure the performance of a contractor's obligations to the owner.
By Lynsey Gaudin, Alizeh Virani, Graham Christie
Protections against discrimination are enshrined in federal and provincial human rights legislation across the country.
By Jessica Jensen
We're now in an age where U.S. businesses stand a reasonable chance of being reviewed and visited by USCIS's Administrative Site Visit and Verification Program.
By Jessica Jensen
In an age where entering (and staying in) the U.S. for business purposes is becoming increasingly complicated, Canadian companies who sponsor L-1 and H-1B visa holders in the United States
By Josh Morrison, Andrew Konopelny
The Supreme Court of Canada will hear an appeal from a recent Alberta judgment that may result in a change to the law of liquidated damages in Canada.