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  • Cannabis Landlord Tenant

    In the spirit of getting on the cannabis bandwagon and joining in with comments about how legalization is going to change the landlord and tenant law landscape I want to make the comment: “relax, the sky is not falling, and it will be fine”. Landlords and tenants can take comfort in knowing that the … Read more »

  • WSIAT and the Mistake of Claiming to be an Independent Contractor

    Generally, when a person is injured while working, they are barred from suing any Schedule 1 Employer for an injury that occurred in the chorus of their employment. In order to bar a worker from suing, many defendants bring what’s known as a “right to application”. This results in a tribunal to dete … Read more »

  • License suspensions mulled for distracted driving in Ontario

    The Ontario government plans on introducing a number of stiffer penalties for dangerous drivers, especially for distracted drivers and drivers whose carelessness results in bodily harm or death. According to the Globe and Mail, the new penalties would include license suspensions for distracted drivi … Read more »

  • Family Law Act

    Family is the most important unit in society ― people depend on their family members for emotional, financial and physical support. Losing a close family member is devastating enough, but when this happens because of someone else’s negligence, those left behind can feel anger and resentment toward t … Read more »

  • Boating Insurance Coverage

    As the weather warms, Ontarians prepare to enjoy everything summer has to offer: swimming, kayaking, cottaging and the ever-popular boating. However, before taking your family members out for a cruise on the Ottawa River or one of our province’s many lakes, ensure that you have adequate insurance co … Read more »