A Retailer’s Duty to Accommodate Disabilities That Interfere With a Customer’s Ability to Wear a Face MaskApr 6, 2021
The BC Human Rights Tribunal has issued its first decision relating to discrimination in the context of mandated mask policies.
Supreme Court of Canada confirms: hypothecary notices in Québec receiverships are here to stay.
OSFI Announces Proposed Amendments to the Vested Asset Regime for Foreign Insurance Companies Operating in Canada on a Branch BasisApr 6, 2021
The authors discuss OSFI's announcement of three proposed amendments to the vested asset regime for foreign insurance companies operating as a branch in Canada
Client Focused Reforms – Upcoming Deadline for Registrants to Comply with the Conflict of Interest AmendmentsMar 31, 2021
The June 30, 2021 deadline for registered firms and their representatives to comply with the new CFRs relating to conflicts of interest is fast approaching.
FCAC’s Submission on Open Banking: Finding the Right Balance to Achieve Consumer Protection and Broad Financial Sector ParticipationMar 30, 2021
The authors discuss the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada's submission to the Advisory Committee on Open Banking.
Scope of the Telework Obligation in Quebec
This article provides an overview of the legal issues employers need to consider when implementing remote working in Canada.
Employees in British Columbia may soon be entitled to paid time off work to receive the Covid-19 vaccination.
In a decision released March 25, 2021, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act is constitutional.
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