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City of Toronto’s Current Municipal Comprehensive Review Process

Jul 14, 2021

An overview of the City of Toronto's current Municipal Comprehensive Review Process; Request for Employment Land Conversion under the City's Official Plan

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Hazardous and Special Products Are Next In Line in Ontario’s Transition to a Producer Responsibility Model for Consumer Products

Jul 14, 2021

Ontario shifts end-of-life financial and operational responsibilities for hazardous and special products from municipalities to producers.

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Doctrine of Spent Breach Can Override Lease Renewal Terms

Jul 13, 2021

A Tenant’s breach of a commercial lease did not prevent it from exercising an option to renew despite an express lease term to the contrary.

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Canada’s new mandatory 100% ZEV target is a rapid charge forward.
What we think this announcement means for OEMs, Canadian industry, and more

Jul 12, 2021

Canada has announced a mandatory 2035 target for 100% ZEV sales. McMillan and McMillan Vantage Policy Group share what this may mean for OEMs, industry and more.

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Masters and Clergy – Is the Clergy “Principle” No More?

Jul 7, 2021

An overview of a recent Ontario Divisional Court decision which weighs in on the legal status of the Clergy Principle.

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Canadian Regulatory Direction and Pressure for Cryptocurrency Platforms

Jul 7, 2021

Canadian regulators affirm their position on 'crypto trading platforms' through CSA Staff Notice 21-329 and subsequent enforcement action.

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OSFI Issues Final Guideline E-4 Impacting Foreign Entity Branches to be Implemented by January, 2022

Jul 6, 2021

OSFI releases final Guideline E-4 for Foreign Entity Branches replacing existing Guideline E-4A and E-4B.

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Greening Canadian Borders – Canada Considers Border Carbon Adjustments for Carbon-Intensive Imports

Jul 6, 2021

Border Carbon Adjustments are being explored by various countries including Canada in its 2021 Budget to support climate change initiatives.

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Is Private Sector Privacy Legislation Looming in Ontario?

Jul 5, 2021

Ontario government seeks input on privacy policy proposals, signaling that Ontario private sector privacy legislation may be on the horizon