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By Luigi Cusano, David Wood, Evan Dickinson, Gino Bruni
Stores Block, a 2006 Supreme Court of Canada case, established that utilities are the sole owners of utility assets, thereby granting them the right to gain on the disposition of such assets.
By Teresa Reguly, Eileen McMahon
On December 22, 2018, the Canadian Federal Government published proposed regulations that will expand the permitted format for products that contain or are derived from cannabis.
By David Wawro, Cheryl Reicin, Jaclyn Leader
On December 20, President Donald Trump signed the 2018 Farm Bill, a sweeping agriculture bill governing farm subsidies, nutrition, and crop insurance, among other topics.
By Eileen McMahon, Teresa Reguly, Manpreet Singh, Zhonghui (Sue) Fei, Denise Ramsden
The Government of Ontario released regulations on November 15 to support Ontario's private retail model for cannabis.
By Molly Reynolds, Ronak Shah
The Supreme Court of Canada's decision in R v. Reeves, 2018 SCC 56 (Reeves) has broad privacy law implications, despite it being decided in the criminal law context.
By Dennis Mahony, Michael Fortier, Tyson Dyck, Henry Ren
Ontario's Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP) released Preserving and Protecting our Environment for Future Generations: A Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan (Plan) on November 29
By Gillian Dingle, John Fabello
Regulators continue to focus on real and perceived conflicts of interest, whether as between individual advisers and their clients, or as between registered portfolio managers and affiliates.
By Blair Keefe, David Seville, Eli Monas
Canada's bank recapitalization (bail-in) regime came into effect on September 23.
By Andrew Gray, Rebecca Wise, Evan Dickinson
The Alberta Securities Commission (ASC) introduced a Whistleblower Program on November 20, which enables whistleblowers to report securities-related misconduct to the ASC without fear of repercussion
By Michelle Nelles, Kevin Tuohy
Nearly five years after receiving royal assent, amendments to the Trademarks Act will come into force on June 17, 2019.
By Alex Tanenbaum
Seller representations are often the most carefully negotiated provisions in a real estate purchase and sale agreement.
By Molly Reynolds
The year isn't over yet – but the trend is clear. With new security flaws being discovered in software every day – on top of plain old human negligence and nosiness – our data are at more risk than ever.
By Christopher Caparelli
The United States fully re-imposed sanctions against Iran on November 5 that had been lifted in January 2016 as part of the global deal to curtail Iran's development of nuclear weapons.
By Dany Assaf
The International Monetary Fund recently cut its global growth forecasts, citing concerns about further disruptions in trade policies.
By Eileen McMahon, Yolande Dufresne, Yu Seon Gadsden-Chung
Medical devices in Canada are regulated federally by Health Canada's Medical Devices Bureau of the Therapeutic Products Directorate and governed by Canada's Food and Drugs Act (Act) and Medical Device Regulations (Regulations).
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