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By Marc Dumais
Larry Davis was a British Columbia resident who had worked in investor relations for approximately 25 years.
By Stephen Ashbourne, Michael Bantey, Aaron Palmer, Tim Phillips, Paul Rand
This should increase consistency and reduce the burden of understanding and complying with the divergent approaches to the regulation of derivatives dealers and advisers...
By Lindsey Mosher, Katie Slipp, Sandy Carpenter
The Alberta Court of Queen's Bench (Court) provided much-needed clarity about the role of the Alberta Aboriginal Consultation Office (ACO) and the duty to consult in Alberta ...
By John Tuzyk, Matthew Merkley
The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) have received formal submissions (Submissions) on Consultation Paper 52-404 – Approach to Director and Audit Committee Member Independence...
By Howard Levine, Nicole McDonald
Canada's lobbying landscape is rapidly changing — a number of amendments have recently come into force or been proposed that revise lobbying, election finance and conflict of interest requirements ...
By Blakes Pensions, Benefits & Executive Compensation Group
The Ontario government recently filed O. Reg. 193/18, Purchase of Pension Benefits From an Insurance Company – Section 43.1 of the Act (Regulation) under the Pension Benefits Act (PBA).
By Wendy Mee, Catherine Beagan Flood
The final Breach of Security Safeguards Regulations (Regulations) under the federal Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) were made on March 26, 2018...
By Trevor Rowles, Ross Bentley, Rachel Fridhandler
The CSA observed a number of patterns with respect to the disclosure practices of issuers in the areas of risk and materiality assessments, voluntary disclosure and governance.
By Matthew Merkley
March was once again a busy month this year for corporate and securities law developments, with the publishing of staff notices by the TSX, the OSC and CSA, as well as developments regarding proposed amendments...
By Michael Howcroft
On April 9, 2018, the British Columbia government introduced Bill 6, which seeks to amend the B.C. Employments Standards Act (ESA), to provide employees with more generous and flexible pregnancy...
By Jean Gagnon, Allan Gelkopf, Zvi Halpern-Shavim, Aideen Brennan
The Quebec government recently tabled its 2018-2019 budget (Budget), which announced a number of tax measures, including an initiative to expand the scope of the Quebec sales tax regime (QST) ...
By Kathleen Keilty, Trevor Simpson
The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) announced they will amend National Instrument 45-102 – Resale Restrictions (NI 45-102) and Companion Policy to NI 45-102 (45-102CP)...
By Paul Schabas, Kaley Pulfer
In a recent Ontario Superior Court of Justice decision, Justice E.M. Morgan used Ontario's new "anti-SLAPP" laws to dismiss a defamation action against The Globe and Mail (Globe).
By Joe McArthur, Rebecca Spigelman
Under the current ICAA, arbitration tribunals are permitted to grant interim measures.
By Roy Millen, Matthew Tse
What happens when a First Nation asserts aboriginal rights or title that conflict with another First Nation's rights under a modern treaty?
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