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By James Struthers, Yvan G. Larocque
The Honourable David Eby, Attorney General, has introduced legislation aimed at enhancing freedom of expression and public participation, entitled the Protection of Public Participation Act ("PPPA")
By James Struthers, Jim Titerle, Peter Eirikson
The Supreme Court of Canada ("SCC") in Orphan Well Association v. Grant Thornton Ltd., 2019 SCC 5 ("Orphan") ruled that trustees in bankruptcy and insolvency cannot walk away from the environmental
By Erin Reimer, Joelle Walker
The battle over the interpretation and implementation of section 35 rights guaranteed by the Constitution Act, 1982 has played out primarily in Canadian courts, with Indigenous communities and individuals ...
By Ryley Mennie, Dan Fogarty
A recent decision of the BC Supreme Court is a good reminder of the importance of extremely careful drafting of non-competition clauses.
By Ryley Mennie, Dan Fogarty
The first wave of legalization came into effect October 17, 2018, and was limited to fresh and dried cannabis, oil, plants, and seeds.
By Ryley Mennie, Lou Poskitt
As the Province of British Columbia continues to churn through the hundreds of retail cannabis license applications
By Tyson Lamarsh
The British Columbia government has introduced legislation to modernize the environmental assessment ("EA") of major resource projects
By James Struthers, Yvan G. Larocque
The Breach of Security Safeguards Regulations ("BSSR"), issued under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act, come into force November 1, 2018, including the new MBN requirements.
By James Struthers, Yvan G. Larocque, Ryley Mennie
The cannabis industry is one of the fastest growing in the world, and Canada is at the forefront as the first G7 nation to legalize cannabis and cannabis related products
By Emily Savage, Yvan G. Larocque
A few weeks ago, we posted the first of a three-part series about what one should consider when starting a new business.
By Maya Stano, Ryley Mennie
We recently commented on one of the two key bases for the Federal Court of Appeal's ruling last week that quashed the Federal Government's approval of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project (the "TMEX")
By Joelle Walker, Erin Reimer
Early yesterday, the Federal Court of Appeal ("Court") released its decision in the highly-anticipated judicial review of Governor in Council's ("GIC") approval of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project ("Project").
By Ryley Mennie, Lou Poskitt
We are coming up on three years since the Government of Canada received the final report from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission ("TRC") on December 15, 2015 ...
By Emily Savage, Yvan G. Larocque
Many entrepreneurs and founders of start-ups begin developing or operating their businesses personally, as sole-proprietors or even as a general partnership with one or more other founders.
By Yvan G. Larocque, Maya Stano, Ryley Mennie
The RCMP recently raided two cannabis dispensaries on Indigenous Nations land near Chilliwack, BC. While many have questioned the use of police resources to shut down dispensaries...
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