Insights Header image
Insights Header image
Insights Header image
post

Canada Recognizes the Right to a Healthy Environment (and Other Amendments to the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999)

Jun 28, 2023

Summary of amendments to Canada Environmental Protection Act introduced by Bill S-5, Strengthening Environmental Protection for a Healthier Canada Act.

post

New Listing: Amendments to CSE Form 2A Listing Statement

Jun 27, 2023

An overview of the amendments to CSE Form 2A Listing Statement, which replaced the previous prescriptive form with disclosure requirements as per Form 41-101F1.

post

Fourth and Long: B.C. Supreme Court Rejects Players’ Injunction Application to Reverse Simon Fraser University’s Decision to Discontinue its Football Program

Jun 26, 2023

Kremler v Simon Fraser University, 2023 BCSC: British Columbia Supreme Court dismisses SFU football players' application for interlocutory injunction.

post

How Binding is Your Term Sheet? A Cautionary Tale For Employers

Jun 26, 2023

An Ontario decision warns employers about the costly consequences of promoting employees without updating their employment agreements.

post

Owners of Large Buildings in Montréal: Are You Ready to Make Your First GHG Report?

Jun 22, 2023

This article goes over the reporting obligations applicable to owners of large buildings in Montréal.

post

Is the Sun Setting on Perceived DAO “Immunity”?: Ooki DAO Is A Person Under the Commodity Exchange Act

Jun 22, 2023

These authors discuss the legal implications of the recent finding that a DAO is a "person" under the Commodity Exchange Act.

post

British Columbia’s Pay Transparency Act: Key Takeaways for Employers

Jun 21, 2023

The new Pay Transparency Act in BC brings new rules and obligations for BC employers.

post

Government of Canada Seeks Input on Updating Canada’s Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Regime

Jun 21, 2023

The Government of Canada has launched public consultations on updating Canada's anti-money laundering and terrorist financing regime.

post

Creditors May Invalidate Debtor Fraudulent Transfers Occurring Long Before Any Debtor-Creditor Relationship Established

Jun 20, 2023

A creditor may undo a transaction as a fraudulent conveyance even if it was not a creditor at the time the debtor made the transfer.