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Happy Privacy Week, Canada! 3rd Edition

Nearly every organization will collect, use, share and store the personal information of employees.  Much of this information, including financial, health and even biometric information, is considered sensitive and must be handled with great care.

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Happy Privacy Week, Canada! 2nd Edition

As we continue to celebrate Data Privacy Week, it is a great time to review the most recent, significant privacy and data protection developments in C...
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Happy Data Privacy Week, Canada! 1st Edition

Data Privacy Day commemorates the signing of Convention 108 on Jan. 28, 1981, which was the first legally binding international treaty dealing with privacy and data protection. Since that time, privacy has grown in importance in Canada and around the world, and many countries now celebrate a full Data Privacy Week.

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Privacy on Ice: Canada Maintains GDPR Adequacy Status Despite Frozen Privacy Reforms

This bulletin reports on the European Commission's GDPR adequacy decision for Canada and its impact on privacy reform proposed pursuant to Bill C-27.

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Getting the Deal Through – Merger Control 2024

The 2024 Canadian Chapter of Lexology Getting the Deal Through - Merger Control provides the most current and comprehensive information available on mergers and acquisitions under antitrust and competition law in Canada.

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CIRO Proposes Amendments to Strengthen Short Selling Regulations

On January 11, 2024, CIRO proposed amendments aimed at strengthening short selling regulations in Canada.

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What, I have to find you a job, too? The Onus on Employers to Show a Failure to Mitigate in Wrongful Dismissal Cases

Ontario's Superior Court recently emphasized that the onus is on the employer to show the failure of a former employee to mitigate in wrongful dismissal cases.

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Plan for the Ban: Canada’s Draft Notice for Federal Plastics Registry Provides Additional Insights on Reporting Requirements

This bulletin discusses who and what will be required to be reported under the Federal Plastics Registry based on the Notice of Intent.

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Update on 2024 Mandatory Supply Chain Reporting Obligation: New Guidance and Mandatory Questionnaire

Canadian and international businesses must file their first annual report on forced labour and child labour in supply chains by May 31, 2024.