Canadian Telcos and Banks Subject to the Quebec Privacy Law
New Disclosure Rules for Women on Boards for the 2015 Proxy Season
Reading Between The Lines: Kobos Challenge to the E-Books Consent Agreement
Canadian Competition Law Compliance: The Bureau Shows Us the Money
OSFI's Revamped, Risk-Based MCT Guideline in Place for 2015
The Canada-China Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (known as a “FIPA”) will enter into force on October 1, 2014, some 30 months after the initial announcement of this treaty by Prime Minister Stephen Harper during his February 2012 state visit to China.
The ability of the State or any agency thereof to mete out sanctions in circumstances where there has not been a contravention of a clearly delineated statutory provision has generally been the purview of dictators or absolute monarchs.
Ontario Government Proposes Some "Strong" Changes to Workplace Laws
Limited Protection of Dependents Personal Information in Group Insurance Matters
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