Bill C-56 introduces amendments to the Competition Act, which are described as addressing rising grocery prices, but which have much broader implications.
The Government announced amendments to the Competition Act as part of its announcement regarding combatting escalating grocery prices.
The Quebec Standards Bureau is set to develop and publish by November 2024 a safety index for heavy vehicles to protect vulnerable road users.
Director Liability: The Corporate Veil May Not Be Pierced, But It Will Not Protect You From An Oppression Remedy ClaimSep 11, 2023
Directors may face personal liability through a piercing of the corporate veil, or the oppression remedy. This article covers when either is appropriate.
This article explains the process and implications of heritage classification, and discusses the recent classification of Chinatown’s core.
CIPO's new standard fees come into effect on January 1, 2024. Plan ahead; save on government fees.
The Intimate Images Protection Act provides an easy process through which a person may seek an order against non-consensual sharing of their intimate images.
Remember, Remember, the 1st of November; Navigating the November 1st Deadline in the CDOR Transition and Term CORRA’s LaunchAug 15, 2023
Navigating the November 1, 2023 Deadline in the CDOR Transition and Term CORRA’s Launch.
Interested in expanding your business into Quebec? On this episode of our Stay Ahead podcast, Montreal Partners Shari Munk-Manel, Enda Wong, Yonatan Petel and Steven Sitcoff share what you need to know about doing business in the province.
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