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25 Sep

Ontario Announces Changes Dealing With Not-For-Profit Corporations

Monday, September 25, 2017James M. ParksCorporate Law, Non-Profit and Charities, Ontario Corporations ActOntario

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The Ontario government enacted legislation several years ago that is intended to modernize the outdated law governing corporations without share capital. The Ontario Not-for-profit Corporations Act (the “ONCA”) received Royal Assent in 2010, but...

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15 Aug

Where will marijuana laws end up?

Tuesday, August 15, 2017Stephen A. ThieleLitigationMarijuana, General Interest, Ontario, Mental Health

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As Canada prepares to legalize marijuana next July, questions remain about the restrictions that will be put on this drug.

In a recent position paper released by the Ontario wing of the Canadian Mental Health Association, it is...

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26 Jul

Are Contracts for Probationary Employees Enforceable: The Ontario Court of Appeal in Nagribianko v. Select Wine Merchants Ltd.

Wednesday, July 26, 2017Stephanie ClarkLitigation, Employment Law, Employment Standards ActEmployment Agreements, Reasonable Notice, Ontario

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Employers often rely on a probationary period to determine whether a new employee is suitable for an employment position. If an employer determines that an employee is...

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5 Jul

Is Canada Day celebration controversy worth breach of contract claim?

Wednesday, July 5, 2017Stephen A. ThieleLitigation, Employment LawToronto, Toronto Politics, Termination, Ontario, Canada Day

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On July 1, 2017, Canada turned 150 years old. All across the nation, public and private organizers...

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19 Apr

The “People’s Court”: Now By Online Civil Resolution Tribunal?

Wednesday, April 19, 2017Dara HirbodLitigation, Civil LawSmall Claims Court, Civil Resolution Tribunal, Ontario, British Columbia

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The Ontario Small Claims Court is often referred to as the “People’s Court”. The colloquial title has even been adopted by Ontario’s Ministry of the Attorney General. The People’s Court is designed to... 

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