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Canada: Zak Sabbath's Defamation Claim Allowed To Continue Against Mandy Morbid - Gardiner Roberts LLP

In early 2019, a former model and adult film performer, Amanda Nagy also known as "Mandy Morbid," posted a message on her Facebook page saying that Zak Smith, her former husband...
Tags: News, Canada, Zak Smith, Zak Sabbath, Continue Against Mandy Morbid Gardiner Roberts LLP, Amanda Nagy, Mandy Morbid

Canada: Reminder: AODA's June 30 Compliance Report Deadline Coming Soon - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

A reminder that businesses with 20 or more employees in Ontario must file a prescribed Accessibility Compliance Report by June 30, 2021.
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, AODA

Canada: Police Officer Conduct Can Affect The Admissibility Of Evidence - Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP

In R v Aujla, 2021 ONSC 2417, R v Beresaw, 2021 ABPC 107, and R v Coutu, 2020 MBCA 106, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Alberta Provincial Court, and the Manitoba Court of Appeal...
Tags: News, Canada, R, Coutu, Alexander Holburn Beaudin Lang, Aujla, Beresaw

Canada: La Fête nationale et la Fête du Canada : quelles obligations ont les employeurs? - Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

L'approche de la période estivale rime avec l'arrivée des vacances annuelles, mais aussi l'enchaînement de deux jours fériés en l'espace de 8 jours. La Fête nationale...
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Canada: Keeping Up With CASL — Is Your Organization Compliant? - MLT Aikins LLP

Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) is widely regarded as the strictest and most demanding anti-spam legislation in the world.
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Canada: You Can't Have Your CERB And Damages Too - MLT Aikins LLP

A British Columbia Court recently ruled that an employer should deduct Canada Emergency Response Benefits (CERB) from an employee's wrongful dismissal damages.
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Canada: Pulling Teeth And Strong Words: The Law Of Defamation In Alberta - McCarthy Tétrault LLP

Where do the boundaries of defamation lie in Alberta? The Alberta Court of Appeal ("ABCA") recently discussed the tort of defamation and the defenses thereto in Huff v Zuk, 2021 ABCA 60, and found...
Tags: News, Canada, Alberta, Huff, Alberta Court of Appeal ABCA, Tétrault LLP

Canada: Court Of Appeal Summaries (June 14 – 18) - Blaney McMurtry LLP

Following are this week's summaries of the Court of Appeal for Ontario for the week of June 14, 2021.
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario, Blaney McMurtry LLP

Canada: Court Confirms Pierringer Agreements Do Not Remove Joint And Several Liability - McLeish Orlando LLP

Pierrenger agreements were previously discussed in a blog written by Dale Orlando and Brock Turville. For more information on Pierringer agreements please go here.
Tags: News, Canada, McLeish Orlando LLP, Pierrenger, Dale Orlando, Brock Turville

Canada: Constructive Dismissal In The COVID-19 Era - Blue J Legal

The IDEL Regulation came into force on May 29, 2020, under Ontario's Employment Standards Act.
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Canada: Changes To Limitation Periods In Manitoba: Bill 51 - MLT Aikins LLP

In any construction project, no matter how large or small, there is always a significant chance that disputes will arise, whether they be regarding delays, deficiencies or costs.
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Canada: Supreme Court Of Canada Affirms Court Openness, Addresses Privacy, In Unanimous Decision - Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

In Sherman Estate v Donovan, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) unanimously affirmed the primacy of the open court principle, which is critical to democracy and can only be restricted where there is a...
Tags: News, Canada, Blake Cassels, Graydon LLP, Sherman Estate, Supreme Court Of Canada Affirms Court, Donovan the Supreme Court of Canada SCC

Canada: CSA Raises The Bar For Non-GAAP Disclosure - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

The slicing and dicing of financial results by issuers (and the analysts who follow them), and the publication of the resulting financial measures, has a long history and can provide useful information to...
Tags: News, Canada, Csa, GAAP Disclosure Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

Canada: Is Your Online Relationship A Marriage-Like-Relationship? - Clark Wilson LLP

Today's concept of a "marriage-like relationship" is drastically different than its historical predecessor in large part due to the invent of virtual dating.
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Canada: What Employers Should Know About BC's New Accessibility Legislation - MLT Aikins LLP

The B.C. Government is reviewing new accessibility legislation that will establish standards aimed at identifying, removing and preventing barriers to accessibility and inclusion.
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Canada: Its Too Early To Focus On Electric Cars Only, Toyota Says - Crowe MacKay LLP

Toyota Motor Corp.'s lineup over the next 30 years will contain a myriad of options beyond just electric vehicles, executives at an annual shareholder meeting said Wednesday.
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Canada: Top Trends In Trademark Law - Gowling WLG

In this conversation, two of our Ottawa-based partners, Monique Couture and the recently retired Robert MacDonald, discuss the leading trademark cases of the past year, grey goods...
Tags: News, Canada, Ottawa, Robert Macdonald, Monique Couture

Canada: What Is The Test For Establishing Discrimination On The Basis Of Family Status? - Lawson Lundell LLP

Employers who are faced with employee requests for accommodation on the basis of family status may find that the response to such requests depends
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Canada: Commercial Leasing Bulletin: Security Devices And Privacy – Be Aware! - Minden Gross LLP

On October 29, 2020, a joint investigation conducted by the federal, Alberta, and British Columbia Privacy Commissioners (the "Commissioners") found that Cadillac Fairview ("CF") had embedded...
Tags: News, Canada, Alberta, Minden Gross LLP, Columbia Privacy Commissioners, Cadillac Fairview CF

Canada: Changes Coming To The OBCA Will Give Ontario Businesses More Flexibility - Goodmans LLP

Ontario's Bill 213 - the Better for People, Smarter for Business Act, 2020 (the "Act") - recently received Royal Assent, and its provisions, as they pertain to Ontario's Business Corporations Act...
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Canada: Canadian Securities Administrators Publish Final Rule For Disclosure Of Non-GAAP And Other Financial Measures - Goodmans LLP

The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) recently published National Instrument 52-112 – Non-GAAP and Other Financial Measures Disclosure and Companion Policy (together, "NI 52-112").
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Worldwide: Upholstered Domestic Seating From Vietnam & China: Antidumping And Countervailing Duties - Miller Thomson LLP

Canada on May 5, 2021 imposed provisional duties on upholstered domestic seating ("UDS") originating or exported from China and Vietnam ("named countries").
Tags: News, China, Canada, Vietnam, Miller Thomson LLP

Canada: Bill 96: Something New Or Déjà Vu? - Miller Thomson LLP

On May 13, 2021, Bill 96: An Act Respecting French, The Official and Common Language of Québec (the "Bill") was tabled by the Québec government.
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BlockFilm Gets Greenlight to Finance Films Via TokenFinder

BlockFilm, a Canada-based financing platform, is bringing private investors and content creators together via a safe financing online platform using digital security tokens, the company announced today. Digital security tokens using blockchains to connect private investors with content creators are something fairly new that has been used in real estate, for example, says Pauline Couture, […]
Tags: News, Digital, Canada, Charlotte Mickie, BlockFilm, TokenFinder

Canada: Security For Costs: An Increasingly Practical Tool For Class Action Defendants In Ontario - McCarthy Tétrault LLP

Rule 56.01 of Ontario's Rules of Civil Procedure[1] permits a defendant to move against the plaintiff (or applicant) for security for costs.
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario, Ontario McCarthy Tétrault LLP

Canada: Future Series: The Future Of IP In Canada –The Northern Innovation Wave In America - Smart & Biggar

Join us for this webinar with Smart & Biggar to understand the outlook for in IP in Canada including emerging opportunities for innovators and brand owners.
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Canada: The Pursuit Of Peace And Friendship In Mi'kma'ki: The Legacy Of The Marshall Decisions - Gowling WLG

On an August morning in 1993, Donald Marshall Jr. and a companion slipped their small outboard motorboat into the coastal waters of Pomquet Harbour, Nova Scotia to fish for eels.
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Canada: You "butter" Believe Livestock Feed Matters - Gowling WLG

Our food supply is inextricably linked with livestock feed.
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Canada: Canada Must Change Management Of Aquaculture Sector Or Slide Into Irrelevancy - Gowling WLG

There is no question of Canada's great opportunity for oceans economic development, specifically its seafood development.
Tags: News, Canada, Canada Must Change Management Of Aquaculture

Canada: Legal Challenges For Simulated Meat And Poultry Makers - Gowling WLG

It is undeniable that one of the largest developments in food in recent years has been the proliferation of plant-based products.
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