Cox & Palmer
The Nova Scotia Government today announced $161 million of funding would be made available for small- and medium-sized businesses in Nova Scotia to help them cope with the impact of COVID-19.
Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
Can alleged victims of forced labour and torture at the hands of a foreign state sue a Canadian company in Canada for alleged complicity with those harms? In Nevsun Resources Ltd. v. Araya et al.,
The COVID-19 pandemic has already been causing significant turmoil for Canadian Federal Government and Provincial/Territorial Government ("Government") contractors.
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
In light of the outbreak of COVID-19, our team is closely monitoring updates from governments across Canada as they respond to the pandemic.
Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP
The Supreme Court of Canada has granted leave to appeal the decision of the Court of Appeal for Ontario in the case of City of Toronto v. Attorney General of Ontario.
Crowe Soberman LLP
Aside from significant new spending to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic, Ontario announced several additional relief measures today for businesses and individuals.
On March 17, 2020, Ontario's Premier, Doug Ford, declared a state of emergency in the province in relation to the rapid spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
MLT Aikins LLP
The spread of COVID-19 (or the "coronavirus") has caused major disruptions across Canada, and we are only beginning to understand the ripple effect the virus will have on our organizations and
MacDonald & Associates
We are doing all that we can at MacDonald & Associates to ensure assistance to all as, together, we navigate this unprecedented world health crisis.
McCague Borlack LLP
Canadian businesses of all sizes face financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This decision will likely have significant implications for Canadian companies with operations in foreign jurisdictions.
Aird & Berlis LLP
Today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a new set of economic measures to help protect the economy from the damage caused by COVID-19.
Bennett Jones LLP
On December 31, 2019, the British Columbia Supreme Court confirmed that interlocutory injunctions, which can include police enforcement clauses...
Miller Thomson LLP
Assessing the implications of Coldwater v. Trans Mountain on major resource project approvals in Canada
Bennett Jones LLP
Amidst a backdrop of growing interest from Indigenous communities (ICs) in pursuing ownership stakes in major energy projects, in summer 2019 the Alberta Government announced that it would...
On March 5, 2020, the Integrity Commissioner, the Honourable J. David Wake, made a conflict of interest determination about the recent appointment to the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC)...
McLennan Ross LLP
Effective January 6, 2020, the Government of Alberta rolled out the Vendor Performance Management (VPM) Program to support the delivery...
The Québec Superior Court dismissed the motions to strike and the Québec Court of Appeal affirmed the lower court's decision
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
On February 28, 2020, a five-justice majority of the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that Canadian corporations can be sued in Canada for breaches of customary international law committed abroad.
With the introduction of Bill S-211 (the proposed "Modern Slavery Act" or the "Bill") in the Senate on February 5, 2020,