This decision highlights that occupiers will not be found liable for injuries if they implement and follow a reasonable system of inspection and maintenance.
Jurisdictional Battle Over The Environment Continues – Canada’s Impact Assessment Legislation Found UnconstitutionalMay 25, 2022
On May 10, 2022, the Alberta Court of Appeal ruled that the federal Impact Assessment Act and related Physical Activities Regulations are unconstitutional.
Canada’s food regulator considering guidelines for food labelling and information regarding food products sold online, with consultation ongoing.
Information on Toronto's invitation for landowners, residents and other stakeholders in the development industry to have their say on the next official plan.
An Ontario court has sent a strong warning to employers about the consequences of misleading their employees about the sale of a business.
Federal Privacy Commissioner Releases Key Recommendations for a New Federal Private Sector Privacy LawMay 17, 2022
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada released a summary of its key recommendations for a new federal private sector privacy law in Canada
Canadian prosecutors have for the first time agreed to a deferred prosecution agreement with a Canadian company.
Ontario’s Court of Appeal has upheld the termination of a 30-year employee for cause following a single incident of sexual harassment.
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