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  • Friday News Finds – March 19, 2021

    By Zach Lechner-Sung Welcome back to Friday Finds! This week, we will be discussing Rogers’ proposed acquisition of Shaw Communications, a CSA review of disclosure regarding women in leadership positions, and a recent OSC decision concerning the minimum tender requirement for take-over bids. On Mond … Read more »

  • Friday News Finds – March 12, 2021

    By Bryan Yau Happy Friday! With the week wrapping up, it is time for another installment of Friday Finds! This week, we will be discussing a Canadian firm’s bid to launch the world’s first Ether ETF, calls for action from MPs to get large banks to quickly address a new type of fraud, a proposed bill … Read more »

  • Biden Administration Presents Challenges and Opportunities for Canadian Tech

    By Camden Hutchison, Assistant Professor, Peter A. Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia Many Canadians welcomed the election of Joe Biden as America’s 46th president. Not only was the Trump era marked by volatility and extremism—culminating in a violent attack on the U.S. capitol—but … Read more »

  • Friday News Finds – March 4, 2021

    By Thien Hoang Welcome back to Friday Finds! This week, we will be discussing a case involving Canada’s take-over bid regime, the results of the Competition Bureau’s investigation into FlightHub, and the conclusion of the Cameco transfer pricing tax dispute. On February 23, 2021, the Ontario Securit … Read more »

  • Reconciliation in Indigenous Economic Development Initiatives

    By Frankie Young, Assistant Professor, Western Law This is a critical time in Canada for key stakeholders to consider the role of economics in the broader mandate of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. Indigenous entrepreneurs and businesses bring unique perspectives and creative talent and prod … Read more »