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By Guy Giorno
Preparing for transition is a low-profile but very important election season activity. It also carries compliance risk, including risks related to unlawful political contributions, conflicts of interest and lobbying regulation.
By Jean-Philippe Mikus, Michael Shortt, Lina Bensaidane
In last week's Keatley Surveying decision, the Supreme Court considered the test that should determine when the Crown will acquire copyright in third-party works that are published under government authority.
By Stephanie Sanger, Bridget Gilbride, Mary Wallace
On September 5, 2019, Canada's Minister of Environment and Climate Change and British Columbia's Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy announced they have signed an Impact Assessment Cooperation Agreement.
By Andrea Kruyne, Patricia Grinnell
Effective September 30, 2019, the British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC) adopted amendments which now require investment fund issuers ...
By Lynne Golding, Sophie MacRae
New codes have also been created for the use of Rubidium for cardiac perfusion PET and the application of SPECT.
By Neil MacKenzie, Johan Coetzee, Michael van Vuren, Stuart Strachan
The adoption of the NHI Bill, as it is currently drafted, is likely to render a substantial portion of the Commission's Inquiry obsolete.
By Jennifer Stoddart, Julie Uzan-Naulin
Review your arrangements for a lead supervisory authority.
By Guy Giorno, Paul Burbank
With Canada's 2019 federal election campaign now underway, individuals and corporations that are involved in the election or in the business of engaging public officials must be aware of the risk that comes with pursuing these opportunities.
By Kevin O'Callaghan, Madison Grist
Federal and provincial approvals of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project have elicited many judicial challenges. Notably, in Tsleil-Waututh Nation v. Canada (Attorney General), 2018 FCA 153, the Federal Court of Appeal quashed ...
By Jean H. Gagnon
It can't be repeated often enough: managing a franchise network requires skills and abilities that are quite different from those required for other business models.
By Stuart Strachan
It is generally accepted that agreements between competitors to fix prices, allocate markets and collude on tenders almost always have harmful effects on competition
By Sarah Benoit, Ederlyn Magno, Garth J. Foster
On September 12, 2019, the Ontario Securities Commission (the OSC) issued a news release regarding certain amendments as to who can certify a registrant's annual fee calculation form in Ontario ...
By Jennifer Stoddart
Privacy has long been considered an essential value in supporting a democratic society. Democratic societies are renewed through elections, and a rigorous administration of the process ensures results are fair and credible.
By Kevin O'Callaghan, Madison Grist
On September 4, 2019, Canada, BC, and First Nations leaders released a new approach for treaty negotiations.
By Laurie Turner, Andrew Gunpat
This bulletin is part III of the three-part series on the second report of the Premier's Council on Improving Health Care and Ending Hallway Medicine, entitled A Healthy Ontario: Building a Sustainable Health Care System.
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