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By Richard Leuce
The Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) is the latest trade agreement impacting Canadian immigration policy
By Chad Finkelstein
But the legislation did not define what an "affiliate" meant
By Sean Zhang
Major amendments to Canada's Industrial Design Act (the "Act") came into force on November 5, 2018
By Christina Wallis
Workplaces in Ontario are required to post No Smoking signs prohibiting smoking of tobacco, cannabis (including medical cannabis), and electronic cigarettes.
By Chad Finkelstein
It can be challenging to keep up with news in Canada's cannabis industry.
By Jennifer Lynch
The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, died on August 16th at the age of 76.
By Christina Wallis
The federal government is legalizing recreational use of marijuana/cannabis effective October 17, 2018 – the Cannabis Act (Bill C-45).
By Richard Leuce
Starting July 31, 2018 more applicants will need to provide biometrics when they apply for a visitor visa, work or study permit or permanent residence in Canada.
By Jennifer Lynch
It is said that in this world, nothing is certain but death and taxes. Modern estate planning aims to assist individuals to navigate both of these unpleasant certainties.
By Usman Javed
Blockchain, described as the "the future for financial services infrastructure," is the underlying technology behind the recent boom of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.
By Christina Wallis
On May 7, 2018, the Ontario government announced that it is reinstating the former public holiday pay calculation beginning on July 1, 2018.
By Christina Wallis
The Ontario Ministry of Labour regularly conducts workplace inspection blitzes. Each year the Ministry announces the focus of its blitzes and initiatives and posts the schedules online.
By Jenny Pho
Prior to June 2016, a person had the right to refuse medical treatment but did not have the right to seek active medical assistance in dying ("MAID").
By Richard Leuce
Applicants for Canadian permanent residency with significant previous travel to the United States of America receive some respite from the Department of Justice.
By Richard Leuce
Applicants for Canadian permanent residency with significant previous travel to the United States of America receive some respite from the Department of Justice.
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