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Canada Partners with the European Commission to Examine Use of Digital Credentials

Dec 7, 2021

Increased standards for digital credentials improve privacy and global functionality - but what does this mean for businesses who use them?

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TSX Venture Exchange Amends Equity Compensation Policies

Dec 6, 2021

On November 24, 2021, the TSX Venture Exchange published a bulletin announcing amendments to its policies regarding security based compensation.

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Natural Health Products: Product Licensing Requirements in Canada

Dec 6, 2021

The Federal Court of Appeal decision of C-RNA provides further guidance on the level of information required of applicants seeking NHP licenses in Canada.

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A Rock and a Hard Place: Owner, Employer, and Constructor Liability Under the OHSA

Dec 3, 2021

Ontario Court of Appeal - construction project liability under OHSA despite retaining a constructor responsible for health & safety.

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Ontario Passes the Working for Workers Act, 2021

Dec 1, 2021

Ontario passes legislation creating a right to disconnect and banning non-compete agreements

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Bill 64: A Checklist to Help Businesses Comply with Modern Privacy Requirements in Québec

Dec 1, 2021

The new changes to Quebec's privacy legislation usher in the modern era of privacy laws. This checklist establishes priorities and timelines for companies.

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Risks of Anonymized and Aggregated Data

Dec 1, 2021

This article discusses how the anonymized and aggregated data poses risks to businesses, and how to stay compliant with the applicable privacy requirements.

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Modernizing the Pre-Authorized Debit Framework: Payments Canada Proposes Welcome Changes

Dec 1, 2021

An overview of Payments Canada's proposed changes to Rule H1 and the pre-authorized debit framework.

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Federal Court Denies Injunction to Suspend Federal Government’s Supplier Mandate

Nov 30, 2021

The Federal Court of Canada recently dealt another blow to those challenging workplace vaccine mandates when it denied an interlocutory injunction that would have suspended the implementation of the federal government’s COVID-19 mandatory vaccination requirement for suppliers.