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By Brian Facey, Robert Kwinter
Companies doing business in Canada are subject to investigations by the Canadian Competition Bureau at any time, which may relate to civil and/or criminal provisions of Canada's Competition Act.
By Holly Reid, Daniel Styler (Student-at-Law)
The Ontario government recently introduced Bill 203, the Pay Transparency Act, 2018 (Act) in the legislative assembly, in part to close the wage gap between men and women by ensuring that compensation...
By Dalton McGrath, Q.C., Michael O'Brien
The Attorney General of Alberta and ENMAX have recently settled the legal proceedings brought in 2016 by the provincial government against several former buyers of power purchase arrangements.
By Keith Marlowe, David Tupper, Kene Ilochonwu
Also in the second reservation of rights letter, the insurers demanded that the Insureds relinquish control of their defence in the Underlying Actions to a law firm of the insurers' choosing.
By Ryan Zahara, Chris Nyberg
The Receiver and its appointing creditor opposed the Creditor Applications.
By Greg Kanargelidis, Roy Millen, Zachary Silver
On March 8, 2018, Canada signed the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), an agreement between the 11 remaining signatories to the Trans-Pacific Partnership ...
By Marianne Smith, Erin Hoult
The Act is nThe Government of Ontario has passed the Fairness in Procurement Act, 2018 (Act) in response to measures taken in certain U.S. jurisdictions that restrict Ontario businesses'...
By Jeff Galway, Bradley Berg, Laura Dougan
On March 6, 2018, the Federal Court of Appeal (Court) released its reasons in Iggillis Holdings Inc. v. Canada (National Revenue) confirming common interest privilege as a valid exception to waiver...
By Alexis Levine, Zvi Halpern-Shavim, Matthew Mundy, Stephanie Curcio
As part of our quarterly series on current trends across different industries, we first take a look at what's on the horizon for cannabis.
By Antonio Turco, Ankita Kapur
Brand owners have leveraged celebrity endorsements for decades, and while they can be valuable, they can also be risky.
By Roy Millen, Richard Bell, Rosalie Clark, Tom Wagner
The Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) ruled in its recent decision, Valard Construction Ltd. v. Bird Construction Co. (Valard Construction), that an "obligee" or trustee under a labour and material payment bond...
By Charles Kazaz, Anne-Catherine Boucher, Mathieu Nolin
On February 14, 2018, the Government of Quebec published 24 draft regulations that seek to implement amendments to the Environment Quality Act, as part of the modernization of its environmental approval scheme.
By Zvi Halpern-Shavim
On February 27, 2018, the Minister of Finance introduced Canada's 2018 Federal Budget (2018 Budget), which looks to implement the excise duty framework for cannabis that was proposed...
By Competition & Antitrust Group
Companies that call for bids or tenders should consider carefully whether to deviate from their formal bidding process.
By Blakes Pensions, Benefits & Executive Compensation Group
On February 27, 2018, the Minister of Finance introduced Canada's 2018 Federal Budget: Equality and Growth for a Strong Middle Class (2018 Budget), as well as an annexed Tax Measures: Supplementary Information (Supplementary Tax Measures), which include a proposal to discontinue the Health and Welfare Trust regime and provide for the transition of existing Health and Welfare Trusts into Employee Life and Health Trusts
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