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  • Normal course issuer bids on the TSXV, NEO and CSE

    In our previous blog, we provided an introduction to normal course issuer bids (“NCIBs”) for issuers listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (“TSX”). This week, we’ll cover the NCIB requirements of the TSX Venture Exchange (“TSXV”), the NEO Exchange (“NEO”) and the Canadian Securities Exchange (“CSE”). … Read more »

  • Recent data breaches offer important lessons for schools

    A data breach in British Columbia is one of several recent incidents to impact schools across Canada, serving as a reminder that educational institutions must remain vigilant amid mounting cyber threats. On January 18, B.C.’s Maple Ridge – Pitt Meadows School District announced a data breach affecti … Read more »

  • Blueberry River First Nations Implementation Agreement: A pathway for negotiating cumulative effects claims

    On January 18, 2023, Blueberry River First Nations (BRFN) and the Province of British Columbia announced they reached an Implementation Agreement (Agreement). The two parties entered into the Agreement in response to the British Columbia Supreme Court’s 2021 decision in Yahey v British Columbia, whi … Read more »

  • How to protect your website domain name

    Finding a catchy domain name for your website is an important part of your ecommerce strategy – and one that often comes with legal hurdles. When you’re registering a domain (e.g. mltaikins.com), you’ll typically encounter three main issues: the sheer amount of domain names that are already in use, … Read more »

  • Why volunteering to resign won’t necessarily allow you to avoid discipline

    An accountant who volunteered to resign from his profession to avoid a disciplinary hearing has been denied relief by Alberta’s Court of King’s Bench. In Sturt v Chartered Professional Accountants of Alberta, 2022 ABKB 801, the Court dealt with whether the Chartered Professional Accountants of Alber … Read more »