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Government Announces Changes In Foreign Ownership Rules For Canadian Airlines – 'Change In Fact'?
The Canadian federal government's Minister of Transport, Marc Garneau, announced on November 3, 2016 that the government of Canada plans to raise the cap on foreign ownership of Canadian airlines from 25% to 49%.
Canada
10 Nov 2016
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Government Announces Changes In Foreign Ownership Rules For Canadian Airlines – ‘Change In Fact'?
The Canadian federal government's Minister of Transport, Marc Garneau, announced on November 3, 2016 that the government of Canada plans to raise the cap on foreign ownership of Canadian airlines from 25% to 49%.
Canada
7 Nov 2016
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Canada
17 Aug 2016
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Fraud In Regulated Settings: Detrimental Reliance By The Victim Not Always Required
In the recent decision of R. v. Riesberry, the Supreme Court of Canada reiterated the elements that the Crown needs to prove to establish the criminal offence of fraud.
Canada
22 Jan 2016
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For Better Or Worse? Canada Updates Procurement Integrity Regime
After considerable lobbying by suppliers and business groups, the federal government has unveiled the new government-wide procurement Integrity Regime promised in Budget 2015.
Canada
5 Aug 2015
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Stop The Presses: Post-Sun Merger Approved
On March 25, 2015, after a five month review, the Competition Bureau cleared the purchase by Postmedia of Sun Media's English language assets.
Canada
2 Apr 2015
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Update: Government Of Canada Proposes To Change Federal Railway Liability Regime
The Government of Canada has unveiled Bill C-52, the Safe and Accountable Rail Act, which responds to a number of concerns that gained wide attention following the tragic derailment at Lac-Mégantic, Québec, in July 2013, as well as railway company efforts to pass risks of liability onto shippers.
Canada
2 Mar 2015
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UPDATED: Canada Expands Economic Sanctions And Targets Russian Energy Sector
On February 17, 2015, Canada expanded its already wide-ranging sanctions against Russia and the Ukraine by adding 11 Russian individuals
Canada
23 Feb 2015
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The Supreme Court Finds That Certain Search And Production Provisions Of Anti-Money Laundering And Anti-Terrorist Legislation Are Inapplicable To Legal Counsel
On February 13, 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada reiterated that in Canada, the legal professional privilege must remain nearly absolute, and recognized as a principle of fundamental justice that the government cannot impose duties on lawyers that undermine their duty of commitment to their client.
Canada
17 Feb 2015
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Canadian Merger Notification Thresholds Increased
The 2015 increases to the merger notification threshold under Canada's Competition Act and the investment review threshold under the Investment Canada Act have been announced.
Canada
4 Feb 2015
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The Competition Tribunal Can Be Reviewed On Correctness
The law on standard of review of administrative decisions is a constantly shifting landscape.
Canada
31 Jan 2015
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Tervita Corp v Canada – The Supreme Court of Canada’s First Merger Decision in 17 Years: An Efficient Outcome
In 2011 the Competition Bureau brought the first contested merger challenge to the Competition Tribunal in seven years.
Canada
31 Jan 2015
13
What Fresh Hell Is This? The Canadian Cartel Class Action System
The answer to Miss Parker's question, for those in the midst of a cartel investigation, is, almost certainly, a follow-on class action claim.
Canada
20 Jan 2015
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One Place Where Possession Is Not Nine Tenths Of The Law
Section 69(2) of the Competition Act provides that, by possessing documents, persons and firms are deemed to know their contents and to have done what the documents say was done.
Canada
20 Jan 2015
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Hitting 'Em Where It Hurts: Canada Targets Russian Energy Sector In Latest Round Of Economic Sanctions
On the heels of announcements by the US and the EU, the Canadian Government has significantly expanded its sanctions against Russia and the Ukraine.
Canada
29 Dec 2014
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Competition Act Amendments to Address "Unjustified" Canada-US Price Discrimination
On December 9, 2014, the Minister of Industry introduced the Price Transparency Act ("Bill C-49") which is aimed at the perceived problem of higher retail prices of some products in Canada as compared to the United States.
Canada
19 Dec 2014
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Proposed Amendment To Competition Act Broadens "Affiliate" Definition
On December 9, 2014, the federal Minister of Industry introduced Bill C-49, the Price Transparency Act.
Canada
19 Dec 2014
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Labour Arbitrators And Canada's Competition Act: Jurisdictional Clarification
Disputes involving labour relations matters and those involving alleged anti-competitive conduct are generally deferent to specialized arbitrators or tribunals.
Canada
1 Dec 2014
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Blame It On Rio: Whistleblowing And World Football's Anti-Corruption Crisis
The two current aspirants to "best player in the world" hail from Argentina and Portugal.
Canada
1 Dec 2014
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Staying Out Of The Crosshairs – Keeping On Top Of Russia Related Economic Sanctions
As tensions mount in Eastern Ukraine, companies doing business in Russia and the Ukraine are bracing for a new wave of economic sanctions from Canada, the United States and the European Union.
Canada
21 Nov 2014
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