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Changes on the Menu – 2nd Course: Canadian Food Inspection Agency Updates Implementation Plan for Food Labelling Rules

Sep 29, 2021

This Bulletin covers the Canadian Food Inspection Agency's Implementation Plan for Updates to Food Labelling Rules.

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Alberta Recognizes Privacy Tort of Public Disclosure of Private Facts

Sep 27, 2021

The Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench recognized the tort of public disclosure of private facts for the first time; In deciding the recognize the tort...

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Real Estate Litigation: Summer Highlights

Sep 21, 2021

Even in the summer months, the legal news does not let up. Here are some recent decisions and legislative developments as we head into the 2021 fall season.

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Supreme Court of Canada Confirms: CCAA Super-Priority Charges Rank Ahead of CRA’s Deemed Trusts

Sep 17, 2021

Canada v. Canada North Group Inc. provided much needed clarity regarding the order of priority for unremitted source deductions in restructuring proceedings.

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Divisional Court confirms Environmental Significance of Ministerial Zoning Orders and Importance of Consultation under the Environmental Bill of Rights, 1993

Sep 13, 2021

Review of Divisional Court decision: Ontario’s compliance with Environmental Bill of Rights in passing Bill 197, particularly re: Ministerial Zoning Orders

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Federal Government Launches Consultations on Remedies Against Low-Priced Imports

Sep 13, 2021

A review of the stakeholder engagement process for proposed amendments to the Special Import Measures Act and the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act

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Mandatory Mask Policy Does Not Breach Human Rights Act

Sep 9, 2021

Alberta's Human Rights Commission has dismissed a complaint alleging that Costco discriminated against a customer who refused to wear a mask or face shield.

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The pitfalls associated with sustainability-linked bonds

Sep 8, 2021

Short article on the pitfalls associated with sustainability-linked bonds.

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Mandatory Workplace COVID-19 Testing Policy Upheld

Sep 8, 2021

A recent labour arbitration decision in Ontario found that an employer can implement a mandatory COVID-19 testing policy.