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Crown Consultation Obligations and a National Infrastructure Corridor: Simple Meets Complex

By: David V. Wright PDF Version: Crown Consultation Obligations and a National Infrastructure Corridor: Simple Meets Complex Matter Commented On: National Infrastructure Corridor Renewed interest in a cross-Canada infrastructure corridor has surfaced in recent months and weeks, including as a … Continue reading →... more »

The LawBytes Podcast, Episode 27: Digital Policy and Election 2019 – Laura Tribe of OpenMedia on Where the Parties Stand

Michael Geist

Digital issues were expected to garner attention in the 2019 Canadian federal election campaign. Over the course of the past few weeks, all the main political parties have had something to say about the high cost of cellphone prices in Canada and the prospect of implementing new taxes on tech compan... more »

Fed CA orders removal of witness names in administrative tribunal decision

All About Information

On September 30th, the Federal Court of Appeal held that the Public Service Labour Relations and Employment Board ought not to have referred to witnesses by name in a disciplinary decision about a suspension for “inappropriate acts involving a number of young female subordinate employees.̶... more »

E-Reg Fee Increases Effective November 4, 2019

AvoidAClaim: Claims Prevention & Practice Management for Lawyers

This is a reminder that registration fees in the land registration systems increase each November. Bulletin 2019-02 confirms the new registration fees as of November 4, 2019.  As an example, the new cost to register an instrument will be $77.31. Please adjust your practices accordingly. more »