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BC Environmental Assessment Office Fees

The Province of British Columbia approved an Order in Council dated April 11, 2014 to establish environmental assessment fees in British Columbia for the review of environmental assessment applications, orders and enforcement…more

| Energy & Utilities, Environmental Law, Zoning, Planning & Land Use

McIntyre: Not What You Bargained For?

When are the parties to a civil tax dispute bound by agreed facts from a criminal proceeding? This was the question considered by the Tax Court of Canada on a Rule 58 motion made by the taxpayers in McIntrye et al v. The…more

| Civil Procedure, Criminal Law, Taxation

Mandatory Reporting Standards For Payments By Extractive Industry Companies

The Government of Canada recently issued a Consultation Paper regarding proposed mandatory reporting standards (the proposed standards) for payments by extractive industry companies to governments, both domestic and foreign, and…more

| Commercial Law & Contracts, Energy & Utilities, International Law &...

Upcoming Ontario Ministry Of Labour Blitzes

Ontario’s Ministry of Labour has announced several upcoming blitzes during which it will ensure that employers in specified industries are compliant with particular areas of concern under the Employment Standards Act, 2000…more

| Labor & Employment Law

Corporate Director Fined Under OHSA In Safety Belt Case

A corporate director of a stucco company has been fined $3,000.00 under the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act for failing to ensure that workers used safety belts on elevated work platforms. …more

| Labor & Employment Law

Europe Under Review : Part 2 Of 8 – Data Collection

As the next in our series of “back to privacy basics”, we look the rules regarding collection and processing of personal data. As we will do throughout this series, we take a look at the current position and what is…more

| Privacy, International Law & Trade, Science, Computers, & Technology

You Want Me To Do WHAT?! The Nudity Rider In Film And TV Projects

When we have our monthly strategy meetings with our marketing consultants about how we can generate traffic for this blog, they usually furrow their brows and ask if we can’t make our topics a little “sexier” in order to attract…more

| Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law, Commercial Law & Contracts, Labor &...

Beware The Unpaid Intern – He/She May Be Eligible For Pay

The issue of unpaid internships is becoming a growing concern for both employers and Ministry of Labour Inspectors. Recently, the publisher of magazines Toronto Life and The Walrus announced that they were pulling the plug on…more

| Education, Labor & Employment Law

European Court Of Justice Declares Data Retention Directive Invalid

The Directive requires public electronic communications providers to retain certain communications data (essentially traffic data) to help in the fight against serious crime. It came into force in 2006 after a number of…more

| Civil Procedure, Communications & Media Law, Privacy, International Law...

Filed Late, Appeal Of Inpector’s Order Dismissed

A recent Ontario Labour Relations Board decision illustrates the importance of timely filing of appeals of Ministry of Labour inspectors’ orders. The OLRB confirmed that that it had no authority to hear late-filed appeals…more

| Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Labor & Employment Law

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