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New Laws To Take Effect This Year
Over the last half of 2017 there was a flood of information on what was going to take effect in 2018 and how we are to prepare for it all, taking the form of articles and news segments ...
Canada
9 Jan 2018
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Proposed Ticket Selling Laws May Pass Third Reading Vote Today
As mentioned in previous posts, ticket bots and ticket resale prices will be addressed today as "a bill to strengthen consumer protection rules around home warranties, ticket sales, real estate practices and...
Canada
14 Dec 2017
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Service Dog Not Allowed In Elementary School
Ontario's Human Rights Tribunal has recently ruled that a 9-year-old boy with autism does not have the right to bring his service dog with him to class.
Canada
12 Sep 2017
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Hookah Ban In Toronto Lounges
The City of Toronto bylaw that was passed in December 2015 to ban hookah pipes in city-licensed establishments has recently survived a challenge at Ontario's top court.
Canada
4 Jul 2017
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CRTC Bans Cellphone Unlocking Fees, New Devices To Be Unlocked
This year, the CRTC noted that Canadian telecoms that charged unlocking fees made $37.7 million last year alone. Rogers, Bell, and Telus, the big three as we call them, stand by their unlocking fees.
Canada
4 Jul 2017
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Creation Foods Charged by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has decided to press criminal charges against Kefir Sadiklar, the Vice President of Creation Foods, for the first time ever.
Canada
17 May 2017
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Sobering New Report Confirms Large Scale Closures Of Ontario Schools Expected By June 2020
Educating our children is something just about everyone can get behind – as they say, 'children are the future'.
Canada
15 May 2017
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Elevating Our Standards: Proposed Bill Responds To Ontario's ‘Elevator Crisis'
Powerlessness can take many forms, some less obvious than others. The ability to independently get from one place to another – whether to buy groceries...
Canada
24 Apr 2017
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Ontario Is Looking To The Public For Advice On Changing Ticket Resale Laws
Ontario is looking to change the province's laws that regulate the secondary ticket market for sporting events, concerts, and other entertainment events.
Canada
15 Mar 2017
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Trump To Roll Back Obama-Era Protections For Transgender Students
The Trump administration, as expected, has began rolling back protections for trans-gendered students that were created under the Obama administration
Canada
9 Mar 2017
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