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By Paula Lombardi
The company owns and operates a waste disposal site located in the County of Lambton situated outside of the City of Sarnia.
By Sajjad Nematollahi, Stefani Cuberovic
A Recent Update from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada Provides Insight into the Prevalence and Effect of Data Breaches in Canada
By Jennifer Costin, Madison Goodacre
Section 26 of Ontario's Employment Standards Act, 2000 ("ESA") outlines an employer's compensation obligation towards their employees when a public holiday falls on a regular work day.
By James Boyd
In Perdikaris v. Purdue Pharma, 2019 SKQB 281, the Chief Justice of the Saskatchewan Court of Queen's Bench has ruled that a conflict of interest between Provincial Health Insurers ("PHIs")
By Jennifer Costin
Workplace investigations are an important process in any workplace.
By Liam Ledgerwood
As a part of their job-application process, many employers ask applicants a question about the applicant's ability or eligibility to work in Canada. Depending on the exact wording of that question
By James Boyd
Flooding is a major issue for many Canadians, often causing severe damage and consequent economic harm. The federal government has warned that extreme flooding is the new reality of climate change...
By Chantal DeSereville
Is there a right to a healthful environment in Ontario? Who has that right and what does it entail? Does the public have any say in the government's ability to make environmentally significant ...
By Sana Ebrahimi
On October 17, 2019 the Court of Appeal of Ontario released its decision in Bancroft-Snell v. Visa Canada Corporation, 2019 ONCA 822.
By Paula Lombardi
On October 11, 2019, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Divisional Court, confirmed that the repeal of the cap-and-trade system in Ontario
By Sajjad Nematollahi, Stefani Cuberovic
In a recent carriage decision, Winder v Marriott, 2019 ONSC 5766 ("Winder"), Siskinds LLP was appointed as Class Counsel...
By Liam Ledgerwood
An Ontario summary judgment decision released October 3, 2019 has confirmed that an enforceable "without cause" termination clause is not unenforceable on the sole basis ...
By Liam Ledgerwood
"Privity of contract" is a common law tradition. The rights and obligations imposed by contracts are private – strangers to the contract generally have no entitlement to enforce such rights
By Nicholas Baker, Garett Hunter
This has been the year of cannabis market sector scandals. Headlines have been thick and fast. Investor losses have been significant.
By Chantal DeSereville
Do you have a right to block surface water from entering onto your property? Can you modify a natural watercourse? Are you legally obligated to prevent surface water on your property
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