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  • Who gets what after Separation?September 1, 2018

    Separation and divorce are two of the most complicated processes in a person’s lifetime. After entering into a serious relationship for years in which everything is shared, you end up with a ton of collected stuff. But what are you going to do with all of it? What are you entitled to? There are diff … Read more »

  • Cohabitation – A Guide for Forward-Thinking Common Law CouplesAugust 1, 2018

    Living with another person constitutes as cohabiting. If involved in a relationship with said person, and you have been living together for 3 years (or 1 year with a child), you are now in a common-law relationship. According to Ontario law, being in a common law relationship, regardless of how long … Read more »

  • CASL – The New Government Legislation That Will Change the Way Your Business MarketsJuly 1, 2018

    What Is the CASL? In 2010, the Canadian Government proposed the CASL (Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation), and as of July 1, 2017, it has been implemented fully. CASL is Canada’s solution to what users can consider ‘spam advertising’. Spam can be defined as the influx of unsolicited promotional messages … Read more »

  • 10 Things To Consider Before CohabitationJuly 1, 2018

    Should you move in with your partner? One of the major milestones in any relationship is moving in together. Moving in with your partner means a lot of things; trust in the other person, comfort in their company, potential long-term plans. It is a major step that demonstrates how serious the relatio … Read more »

  • When Your Union Isn’t Putting ‘U’ FirstJune 1, 2018

    Understanding Laws For Unionized Workers *For the purposes of this blog, the terms ‘worker’ and ‘employee’ will be used interchangeably unless otherwise specified.  There’s a common misconception that exists when it comes to workplace law. The terms ‘labour’ and ‘employment’ law are frequently lumpe … Read more »