Climate, Credit & Canada - Growth of Green Bonds, Sustainability-Linked Credit and Net-Zero Banking
Federal Procurement Basics #2: The Many Grounds for Federal Procurement Challenges: A ‘Keeping It Simple’ SummaryJun 1, 2021
A review of the grounds for filing a federal procurement complaint to the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT)
Canada's proposed retail payments systems regulatory regime requires payments service providers to be registered. Who exactly is a payments service provider?
Taking Stock of Governance — Understanding Emerging ESG, Regulatory, and Market Trends
Charging Ahead: Alberta and Saskatchewan Joining Forces with Ontario and New Brunswick on Small Modular ReactorsMay 26, 2021
Update on developments in nuclear energy and small modular nuclear reactors in Canada, including the memorandum of understanding that was recently signed.
Taking Stock of Governance — Understanding Emerging ESG, Regulatory, and Market Trends (adapted to the Province of Québec)May 26, 2021
Taking Stock of Governance — Understanding Emerging ESG, Regulatory, and Market Trends (adapted to the Province of Québec)
Across Canada, entrepreneurs are striving to develop technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve environmental sustainability, and provide other climate-related solutions to the domestic and international markets.
Commissioners warn that privacy considerations must be “front and centre” as organizations develop and implement vaccine passports in the coming months
The public sector’s hardline view of risk allocation in P3 contracts suffered a serious setback with the release of the Crosslinx decision.
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