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  • Employment Bill 148 is Being Scrapped…But Which Parts Are UncertainOctober 10, 2018

    Last week Doug Ford announced that he was halting the implementation of a $15 per hour minimum wage in Ontario but it looks like he is seeking to additionally roll back other employment laws that have already come into force. Yesterday, October 2, 2018, Doug Ford announced in the Ontario legislature … Read more »

  • Is Your Will Still Valid After A Recent Ontario Ruling?October 2, 2018

    A recent decision stemming from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice is likely to have far-reaching implications on wills across the Province, and your will could be one of them. On September 11, 2018, Justice Sean Dunphy ruled that wills cannot leave the distribution of one’s assets to the discret … Read more »

  • Ontario’s New Standard Lease Agreement Starting April 30, 2018September 7, 2018

    Padmapper released a rent report earlier this year showing Barrie as the third most expensive city in Canada to rent a two bedroom ($1,650/month), and the fifth most expensive for a one bedroom ($1,250/month). That’s an increase of roughly 15% from rental prices in 2016. With the Barrie rental marke … Read more »

  • Supreme Court Refuses Leave to Appeal: Toronto Real Estate Agents Must Publish DataAugust 30, 2018

    On Thursday, August 23 2018, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) declined to hear an appeal that has been over seven years in the making. For the last seven years, the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) and the Competition Bureau have been litigating over the issue of sales-data policies. It all began w … Read more »

  • Taking the High Road: Canadians Crossing the US BorderAugust 21, 2018

    Many of our readers may be pleased about the soon-to-be legalization of marijuana. These same readers may find themselves feeling slightly relieved, as gone are the days where smoking pot also meant breaking the law. Right? Wrong. Although cannabis is about to become legal in Canada, there are still … Read more »