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  • Minors – the Special Case of Liability Waivers

    Authors: Ryan Morasiewicz and Negina Khalil, summer articled student A liability waiver is a legal document – a contract – that a participant in an activity signs to waive his or her legal right to sue for compensation in case of an injury (or death) during participation in the activity. Waivers are … Read more »

  • The Consequences of Providing False Information in a Passport Application

    Providing false information in a passport application, for the sake of expediency or to conceal material facts, may at times be tempting. Maybe you do not have time to verify the required information or to obtain signatures. Maybe you are in a rush to complete the application or have a misunderstand … Read more »

  • Finalized Regulations for Production and Sale of Cannabis Edibles

    This is an update to our previous blog post, “Cooking up Strategies on Cannabis Edibles: Proposed Laws & Regulations in BC.” Health Canada released the backgrounder on its finalized Regulations for the legal production and sale of edible cannabis, cannabis extracts and cannabis topicals (the “Finali … Read more »

  • New Details Released Regarding Federal Pollution Pricing Regime

    On June 28, 2019, Environment and Climate Change Canada released the Output-Based Pricing System Regulations – a key piece of the federal government’s pollution pricing regime. The Output-Based Pricing System Regulations regulate industrial greenhouse gas emissions and give effect to Part 2 of the G … Read more »

  • Saskatchewan Consulting on Prompt Payment & Adjudication Regulations

    The Builders’ Lien (Prompt Payment) Amendment Act, 2018 (Saskatchewan) (the “Act”) received Royal Assent on May 15, 2019. While the “in force” date has not yet been announced, we anticipate that proclamation will likely occur sometime in the first half of 2020. The Ministry of Justice for the Provin … Read more »

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