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  • “Defence of Others” Raised In Fatal Hit And Run CaseNovember 23, 2017

    After a number of court appearances there has been a major development in the case involving a man who claims he ran over someone to save a woman’s life. On June 7, 2017, Anthony Kiss made a decision while behind the wheel of his vehicle, that left one person dead, and another woman praising his act … Read more »

  • Ontario Releases 2017 Fall Economic Outlook and Fiscal ReviewNovember 23, 2017

    On November 14, 2017, Charles Sousa, the Minister of Finance for Ontario, released the 2017 Fall Economic Outlook and Fiscal Review.  The mid-year economic and fiscal outlook is intended to highlight past government initiatives and set out measures that will be introduced as part of Budget 2018. The … Read more »

  • Proposed Change to Ontario’s Family Law Act affecting Adult Children with DisabilitiesNovember 21, 2017

    Ontario has recently introduced an amendment to the provincial Family Law Act that aims to make all adult children with disabilities, regardless of the martial status of their parents, eligible for child support. Typically, a parent’s obligation to pay child support ends when the child reaches the a … Read more »

  • Proving Damages: Mental Injury is no different from Physical InjuryNovember 21, 2017

    In a decision released this summer, the Supreme Court of Canada has clarified that a psychiatric diagnosis is not required to find damages for mental illness. Recognition of mental injury and awards of damages have had a dismal history in Canada. For most of our court history, damages for such injur … Read more »

  • CRA Targeting Tax Avoiders Through Online & Mobile Payment CompaniesNovember 20, 2017

    Two online payment companies that operate within Canada have been ordered to turn over information about their account holders to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). On November 10, 2017, PayPal received a Federal Court Order requiring them to disclose information relating to Canadian users that hold a … Read more »