Last year, we reported on the sentencing decision of Justice Danyliuk of the Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench in R v Fast.
As Prime Minster Trudeau and Alberta’s Premier Notley prepare for the Paris Climate Change conference in the coming weeks, it cannot be lost on them that Canada’s carbon emissions have either more or less levelled off or are only marginally increasing in every sector of the economy except one: oil and gas.
When I say that the Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement “should be ratified in 2016″, it is an opinion that it would be beneficial for ratification to occur.
Be Careful How You Get Over the Paywall: Recent Canadian Decision Holds That Non-Subscribing Reader of Paywall Article Infringed Copyright
A recent decision from the lowest court of the Province of Ontario has raised questions over how recent amendments to Canada’s Copyright Act regarding “technological protection measures” (“TPMs”), such as subscription “paywalls”, will be interpreted and balanced with traditional copyright analysis.
As a result of the rising tide of shareholder activism in Canada, a number of defensive tactics have been developed by corporate management.
On March 23, 2015, the Superior Court of Québec (per Justice Pinsonnault) granted a motion by Defendant Target Corp. to dismiss a proposed class action related to the 2013 data breach.
If you are in the unfortunate position of having received a Notice of Confirmation of a Reassessment of GST/HST pursuant to the Excise Tax Act (Canada) and would like to continue to fight the reassessment, you MUST file an appeal within the 90 days statutory deadline (See Section 306 of the ETA).
A recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice should give directors and officers reason for optimism that the protections in Part XXIII.
In Flatt v. Canada (Attorney General), a case that has garnered media attention, the Federal Court of Appeal upheld a decision that found an applicant who requested accommodation to breastfeed her child during working hours failed to meet the test for establishing prima facie discrimination.
On March 23, 2015, the Superior Court of Québec (per Justice Pinsonnault) granted a motion by Defendant Target Corp.