Procurement in Ontario: Current State-of-PlayMar 8, 2023
Potential changes to procurement in Ontario include the operationalization of Supply Ontario and "Buy Ontario" legislation.
Court of Appeal Confirms Setting Aside an Arbitral Award is a “Tall” OrderMar 8, 2023
The Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Tall Ships Development Inc. v. Brockville (City) illustrates when a Court will interfere with an arbitration award.
Managing Culture and Behaviour Risks: OSFI’s New Draft Guideline for Financial InstitutionsMar 8, 2023
An overview of the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions’ new draft guideline on culture and behaviour risks for Federally Regulated Financial Institutions.
Ask Not for Whom the Bell Tolls….The Clock is Ticking for Unregistered Crypto Trading Platforms Operating in Canada as CSA Announce Enhanced Pre-Registration UndertakingsMar 8, 2023
CSA Staff Notice 21-332: Increased compliance standards for crypto exchanges and guidance on the application of Canadian securities laws to crypto assets.
Substratum What Now?! Employee Promotions May Undermine Your Written ContractsMar 6, 2023
An Ontario decision warns employers about the costly consequences of promoting employees without updating their employment agreements.
One Year On: Economic Sanctions Have Become a Primary Tool of Canadian Foreign Policy and New Russian Sanctions are ImposedMar 1, 2023
Canada continues to impose sanctions against additional countries, including Sri Lanka, Haiti, and Myanmar, and joins the G7 Enforcement Coordination Mechanism.
As NAFTA Legacy Claims Window Closes, Canadian Businesses with Investments in Mexico Maintain Important Protections under CPTPPMar 1, 2023
Time is running out for investors to launch NAFTA legacy claims, however Canadian claimants maintain important protections against Mexico under the CPTPP.
Broadening the Environmental Enforcement Toolkit: Ontario Expands Administrative Monetary Penalty Regime for Environmental ViolationsFeb 28, 2023
Ontario is broadening its existing administrative monetary penalties (AMPs) regime for environmental violations.
McMillan Lawyers’ Comment Letter regarding Staff Notice 23-329: Short Selling in CanadaFeb 22, 2023
On December 8, 2022, the Canadian Securities Administrators (the “CSA”) and the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (“IIROC”) jointly published Staff Notice 23-329: Short Selling in Canada (the “Short Selling Notice”), which reviews the current regulatory requirements and initiatives with respect to short selling and seeks public feedback on areas for regulatory consideration.
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