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After the incident, one affected individual, Paul Sofio, brought a class action against IIROC.
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An Ontario Superior Court of Justice judge has ruled that a temporary layoff related to COVID-19 is not grounds for constructive dismissal.
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Since its first publication in 2014 by a group of banks, the Green Bond Principles ("GBPs") have gained wide market acceptance as shown by the US$305.3 billion in green bonds issued in 2020...
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In October 2020, we reported that the Ontario government had proposed amendments to Ontario's Business Corporations Act (the "OBCA")...
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On April 13, 2021, the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development (the "Committee") released its report on the production and purchase of electric vehicles in Canada (the "Report").
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In an effort to reduce pay inequities between men and women working for federally regulated employers, the Government of Canada introduced the Pay Equity Act (the "Act")...
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In our article of April 19, 2021, we reported that the British Columbia government introduced Bill 3 which, if passed, would amend the British Columbia Employment Standards Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c.113...
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The Covid-19 pandemic has had a drastic impact on Canadian businesses, and resulted in many Canadian employers resorting to terminations and layoffs to keep their businesses afloat.
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It is not necessary for the franchisee to lead evidence that the material deficiencies caused an actual impairment of their ability to make an informed investment decision.
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Now that the Land Owner Transparency Registry (the "LOTR") is searchable by the public, it is important to understand the scope of its use, and its current limitations.
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This right to depose is the subject of conflicting case law from Superior Court judges.
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Government news releases issued on a Friday are known to receive the least attention – and thus warrant the most scrutiny.
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Budget 2021 proposes three new anti-avoidance measures to address what the government views as transactions undertaken to circumvent section 160 of the Tax Act.
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A new Ministerial Order was made public today that restricts non-essential travel between three Regions in the Province.
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In Mikelsteins, a director-level employee of Morrison Hershfield Limited received a "Share Bonus" each year based upon the number of shares that he held in MHL's parent corporation.
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Many Companies only consider registering the copyright in their works at the time that a potential dispute arises. Based on the recent case, Patterned Concrete Mississauga Inc. v Bomanite Toronto Ltd...
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The June 30, 2021 deadline for registered firms and their representatives to comply with the new Client Focused Reforms ("CFRs") relating to conflicts of interest is fast approaching.
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FCAC is a federal financial sector regulator responsible for, among other things, overseeing the compliance of federally-regulated financial entities with consumer protection measures.
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The whole world has been trying to fight COVID-19 for more than one year now.
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On April 13, 2021, the government of Canada proposed significant changes to the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 ("CEPA") through the introduction of Bill C-28...
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