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Canada: Charting Course On An Unmanned Ship: The Need For Regulatory Certainty To Autonomously Explore The Ocean - Cox & Palmer

Canada has the world's longest coastline but, compared to other countries, most notably Norway, our ocean economy — $31.7 billion annually in gross domestic product and almost 300,000 jobs – is relatively under-developed.
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Canada: The ONCA Is Finally Here! - Torkin Manes LLP

Today, October 19, 2021, marks the long awaited proclamation of the Ontario Not-for-Profit Corporations Act.
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Canada: New Mandatory Climate Related Disclosure Rule Is On The Horizon: The CSA Seeks Comments On Proposed Instrument - McCarthy Tétrault LLP

On October 18, 2021, the Canadian Securities Administrators ("CSA") published for comment Proposed National Instrument 51‑107 ‑ Disclosure of Climate‑Related Matters (the "Proposed Instrument") ...
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Canada: Carter v Ford Motor Company Of Canada: An Updated Guide To Awarding Costs In Ontario Class Proceedings - McCarthy Tétrault LLP

Carter v Ford Motor Company of Canada is a recent costs decision by Justice Perell, which followed a certification motion in which Justice Perell struck or refused to certify 14 of the plaintiff's...
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario, Carter, Ford Motor Company of Canada, Perell, McCarthy Tétrault LLP, Justice Perell

Canada: A Judicial Weapon To Fight Cyber Terrorists: The Privacy Injunction - Miller Thomson LLP

The Canadian Centre for Cyber Security identified two prominent types of ransomware in its September 2021 awareness series: Ransomware: How to prevent and recover (ITSAP.00.099):
Tags: News, Canada, Privacy Injunction Miller Thomson LLP, ITSAP

Canada: Biden-Harris Administration Releases Roadmap For Climate-Resilient Economy: Here's What You Need To Know - McCarthy Tétrault LLP

On October 14, 2021, United States President Joe Biden's administration released "A Roadmap to Build a Climate-Resilient Economy".
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Canada: Two For One: Bequests To Both The Spouse And The New Partner - McLennan Ross LLP

It's said that about 40% of Canadian marriages will end in divorce.
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Canada: ESG/Sustainability Reporting: New Oil And Gas GRI Sector Standard Released - MLT Aikins LLP

The GRI Standards allow any organization – large or small, public or private, to assess, understand and report on their impacts on the economy, environment and people.
Tags: News, Canada, MLT Aikins LLP, ESG Sustainability Reporting

Canada: Two Corporate Modernization Developments Taking Effect Today In Ontario - Siskinds LLP

On October 19, 2021, Ontario is taking two significant steps toward the modernization of Ontario corporate law and services, one statutory and one procedural.
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Canada: Private Equity Investors And Merger Control In Canada - McCarthy Tétrault LLP

Although traditionally considered a roadblock for strategic buyers, antitrust regulators have increased their scrutiny of private equity deals in recent years.
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Canada: Tercon Travels To Quebec: The Supreme Court Of Canada Limits The Civilian Doctrine Of "Breach Of A Fundamental Obligation" - McCarthy Tétrault LLP

The recent decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in 6362222 Canada inc. v. Prelco inc., 2021 SCC 39 offers a fascinating exploration of the civilian doctrine known as "breach of a fundamental obligation".
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Canada: Insurance As A Cybersecurity And Privacy Risk Management Tool - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

While organizations primarily manage cybersecurity and privacy risks through practices, policies and procedures, organizations often look to manage residual risks through insurance.
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Canada: Canada To Institute New Vaccination Requirements For Domestic & International Travel - Mayer Brown

Effective October 30, 2021, Canada will require all adults traveling in the country by rail or air to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Tags: News, Canada, International Travel Mayer Brown

Maine to Boost Border Businesses Hurt by Canada Closure

Maine will give out more than $5.6 million to dozens of charter transportation companies and businesses that were disrupted by the closure of the U.S. border with Canada.
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Canada: Canadian Transfer Pricing Update - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

Canada has seen numerous transfer pricing developments throughout 2021. Canada's transfer pricing rules are summarized here under 4, Transfer Pricing.
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Canada: Climate-Related Risks On The Canadian Financial Sector: Summary Of Feedback From OSFI Discussion Paper - Dentons

On October 12, 2021, the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) published a summary of stakeholder feedback in respect of a discussion paper ...
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Canada: Continuity Podcast - Spotlight On ESG Investments Increases Litigation Risk - Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

Public issuers and investment funds are facing growing pressure from regulators, investors and other stakeholders to integrate ESG into their business and investment decisions.
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Canada: Cross-Border Securitization Transactions Between Canada And The U.S. Key Legal Considerations - McCarthy Tétrault LLP

In this series of blogs, we will explore some key legal considerations relating to cross-border securitization transactions.
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Canada: Updates And Changes In The Area Of Ontario Estates - Gowling WLG

From the whirlwind of practical changes brought about by the pandemic also came other substantive changes to the Estates world.
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Canada: 24th Annual Labour & Employment Symposium - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

Please join us for our annual Labour & Employment Law Symposium presented for the second year in a row in a virtual format.
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University of Ottawa launches Canada's first Interdisciplinary Centre for Black Health

The University of Ottawa is launching Canada's first academic research center dedicated to studying the health of Black communities, creating an interdisciplinary center examining biological, social, economic, and cultural determinants.
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Canada to Unveil Vaccine Passport Plans Thursday -Source

By Anna Mehler PapernyTORONTO (Reuters) - Canada will unveil plans on Thursday for a vaccine passport, a government source said on Wednesday, with...
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Canadian Wins 18th Chopin International Piano Competition

The jury of the 18th Frederic Chopin international piano competition has announced Bruce (Xiaoyu) Liu of Canada  the winner of  the 40,000-euro ($45,000) first prize in the 18th Frederic Chopin international piano competition that launches pianists’ world careers.
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Canadian Coupons: Save $1 On The Purchase of Iogo Harvest Yogurt

A new coupon is available for Iogo Canadian Harvest yogurt products, and this time it is a mail to home coupon! Click the link below to get your coupon for $1 off the purchase of Iogo Canadian Harvest Yogurt 650g tubs. Fill out the form through the link below with your name and mailing address, and you will receive this coupon by mail in a short while. There are often PC Optimum personal offers for Iogo yogurt, in addition to in-store points offers. When you combine the two and the mail out cou...
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The amount of coastal water that can harbor harmful Vibrio bacteria has spiked 56%. One species is flesh-eating.

Dead menhaden fish float in the Navesink River in New Jersey on April 2, 2021. The state's Department of Environmental Protection said a species of Vibrio bacteria is likely responsible. Wayne Parry/AP Rising sea temperatures are leading the habitat for Vibrio bacteria - which lives in warm, brackish water - to expand. The portion of coastlines in which Vibrio bacteria can thrive has risen 56% since the 1980s. It's one of many ways climate change is worsening human health. The amo...
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Crest & Oral B Spend More And Get More Event

Until November the 19th, purchase select Crest and Oral B products, and get money back on a prepaid Mastercard from P&G Canada! If you spend $200 on participating products you will receive a $60 prepaid Mastercard, spending $150 will get you a $35 prepaid Mastercard, and spending $100 will get you a $20 prepaid Mastercard. To qualify for the rebate the products must be purchased using a Mastercard, and the products must be purchased in one transaction. The final day to upload your receipt is De...
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Cranbrook Hikes – 7 Beautiful Trails to Explore

Cranbrook bills itself as the basecamp of the Kootenays as it offers easy access to a wealth of outdoor adventures, both within the city borders and close by in Kimberley, Fernie, Elko and on the way towards Invermere. The city of around 21,000 people enjoys a magnificent mountain setting with the Purcell Mountains to the east and the Rocky Mountains to the west. What that means for hikers is loads of trails across a range of difficulties are within about an hour’s drive. Cranbrook is also a sun...
Tags: Travel, Hiking, Canada, British Columbia, Kimberley, Rocky Mountains, Hill, Rocky Mountain, First Nation, Cross, Elizabeth Lake, Cranbrook, Purcell Mountains, Nakusp Hot Springs, Kootenays, Kettle Lake

Solar storm confirms Vikings settled in North America exactly 1,000 years ago

Analysis of wood from timber-framed buildings in Newfoundland shows Norse-built settlement 471 years before ColumbusLong before Columbus crossed the Atlantic, eight timber-framed buildings covered in sod stood on a terrace above a peat bog and stream at the northern tip of Canada’s island of Newfoundland, evidence that the Vikings had reached the New World first.But precisely when the Vikings journeyed to establish the L’Anse aux Meadows settlement had remained unclear – until now. Continue read...
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Linen Chest Canada Beat the Rush Event: Save 25% Off Using Promo Code + Up to 60% Off

Get ready for the Holidays! Beat the rush with Linen Chest Canada‘s event! Save up to 60% on a huge selection of items! BONUS OFFER: Save 25% on most regular priced items. Use promo code RUSH25 at checkout. This sale ends on November 9 2021. Linen Chest Canada offers FREE shipping on orders of $99. Click here to start shopping at Linen Chest Canada.
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‘Dune’ Starts Strong Internationally, But Will U.S. Audiences Embrace Denis Villeneuve’s Sci-Fi Epic?

Director Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi epic “Dune” has collected promising ticket sales internationally, but will box office spice flow in North America? The Warner Bros. film, a big-screen adaptation of Frank Herbert’s 1965 sci-fi novel, opens in 4,100 theaters in the U.S. and Canada on Friday and is projected to generate $30 million to $40 million […]
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