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  • Friday News Finds – November 20, 2020

    By Thien Hoang Welcome back to Friday Finds! This week, we will be discussing updates to proposed construction law changes in Alberta, a case on duty of care for commercial intermediaries, updates on the Cogeco takeover bid, and highly anticipated revamps to Canada’s privacy laws. The CBLB recently … Read more »

  • Friday News Finds – November 13, 2020

    By Zach Lechner-Sung In this week’s Friday Finds we will be discussing a recent SCC decision regarding corporation Charter rights, Uber’s California ballot initiative, new CSA guidance on continuous disclosure, and the acquisition of Clearwater Seafoods by a Mi’Kmaq First Nations coalition. Last Thu … Read more »

  • Arbitrary Discretion and the Rule of Law

    By Vern Krishna The Canadian income tax system requires taxpayers to voluntarily self-assess their tax liability and file tax returns without demand or notice according to prescribed forms and specified schedules. Canadians are generally compliant and most (approximately 30 million) will file tax re … Read more »

  • Friday News Finds – November 6, 2020

    By Bryan Yau We have made it through another week, which means that it is time for another installment of Friday Finds! This week, we will be discussing the release of the Ontario budget, the federal privacy commissioner’s report on Cadillac Fairview, a settlement following the Supreme Court of Cana … Read more »

  • Friday News Finds – October 30, 2020

    By Thien Hoang Welcome back to Friday Finds! This week, we will be discussing proposed limitations on COVID-19-related liability in Ontario, changes to Alberta’s construction law, a recent appeal case on duty of care, and recent developments concerning the Hudson’s Bay Company. Last week, the Govern … Read more »