Top 10 Consumer Protection Headlines from Canada
Almost two years after the passage of the Dodd-Frank Act, the overhaul of the US derivatives market is rapidly shifting into the implementation phase.
Effective September 1, 2012, Ontario became the third province in Canada to implement anti-bullying legislation.
On April 17, 2012, the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (the "OSSTF") filed an unfair labour practice complaint against the Crown in Right of Ontario.
The FTC will hold a workshop to study the Internet Things.
The CRTC staff have recently held an informal consultation with industry and consumer groups following the October 2012 release of CRTC’s guidelines regarding the interpretation of its CASL regulations.
On March 26, 2013, Ontario’s public elementary teachers were advised by their own union to restore extra-curricular activities in time for the spring sports season, Grade 8 graduation trips and end-of-year field trips.
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As part of its 2013 Budget tabled in Parliament yesterday, the federal government has indicated its intention to develop a "comprehensive financial consumer code."
A discussion on a recent decision which is of great importance for the federally- regulated entities, where the B.C. Court of Appeal held that a provincial consumer protection statute applies to airlines.
On December 4, 2013, the Quebec Court of Appeal ruled in Québec (Procureur général) c. Loyola High School, that Loyola High School, a private Catholic high school in Montreal, was required to teach a secular Ethics and Religious Culture Course (the "Course").