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Montréal’s Sud-Ouest borough will start imposing a climate resilience factor for certain construction projects

Nov 9, 2022

This bulletin provides an overview of recent Sud-Ouest borough by-law amendments aimed at fighting climate change.

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CSA Reports a Correlation Between Diversity Targets and Women Representation on Boards

Nov 9, 2022

More women are sitting on boards, reports the Canadian Securities Administrators.

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Government of Alberta to Regulate Health Care Practitioners Administering Psychedelics

Nov 9, 2022

Alberta is implementing a new framework for regulating and licensing health care providers in connection with administering psychedelics.

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The Quick and Dirty on Ontario’s Proposed Amendments to the Excess Soil Regulation

Nov 9, 2022

Proposed amendments to Ontario's Excess Soil Regulation remove reuse planning requirements in low-risk projects and increase flexibility in excess soil storage.

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Prospectus Exemption for Self-Certified Investors now available in Ontario

Nov 9, 2022

Qualifying investors can participate in prospectus-exempt distributions of Ontario issuers for up to $30,000 per year, regardless of income or assets.

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Foreign Investment in Canada: Minerals are Critical and Annual Report Released

Nov 7, 2022

The government’s approach to reviewing foreign investment is evolving, with an increased focus on national security concerns.

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Getting the Deal Through – Merger Control 2023

Nov 7, 2022

The 2023 Canadian Chapter of Lexology Getting the Deal Through - Merger Control provides the most current and comprehensive information available on mergers and acquisitions under antitrust and competition law in Canada.

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The Road to Canada’s Open Banking Framework: Updates from the Working Group Meetings

Nov 2, 2022

Four working groups have been working to develop common rules, accreditation criteria, and technical standards for open banking in Canada.

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Supreme Court of Canada Hits Pause Button on Double Royalties Payable by Online Music Service Users

Nov 2, 2022

The Supreme Court of Canada ruled that the Copyright Act does not require online music service providers to pay two separate royalties to access works online.