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Canada: Last Chance To Speak Up On Public Consultation For REBBA Modernization - Bennett Jones LLP

Change is coming to Ontario's Real Estate Business Brokers Act, 2002 (REBBA), and March 15, 2019, is your last chance to chime in.
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario, REBBA Modernization Bennett Jones LLP


Canada: Cracking Down On Distracted Driving: How The New Law Can Affect You - Howie, Sacks & Henry

Ontario's new driving laws took effect on Jan. 1, 2019. The province decided to make these changes as part of its ongoing effort to enhance the safety of our roads
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario, Henry, Howie Sacks


Canada: Ontario's Proposal To Address Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Industrial Emission Performance Standards - Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP

On February 12, 2019, the Government of Ontario posted its proposal for the Emissions Performance Standards (EPS).
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario, Willms, Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP, Government of Ontario


Ontario Flyer Sneak Peeks March 21st – 27th: No Frills, Freshco, Food Basics

  It’s Tuesday, and that means we have some flyer sneak peeks for you! Click the links below for an early look at the No Frills, Frescho, and Food Basics flyers for the week of March the 21st to the 27th. There are some great deals this week, and here are some of the highlights from each of these flyers: No Frills Sirloin Tip Oven Roast $3.77/lb Blueberries or Honey Dew Melons $1.87 Armstrong Cheese Bars $3.77 St. Hubert or Swiss Chalet Meat Pies $4.97 Schneiders Bacon or Smoked Sausages or Ma...
Tags: Shopping, Canada, Ontario, Campbell, Canadian Deals & Coupons, Food Basics, Freshco, No frills, St Hubert, Maple Leaf Ready Crisp Bacon, Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts, Campbell s Broth, Armstrong Cheese Bars, Schneiders Bacon, General Mills Family Size Cereal, Honey Dew Melons


10 Millennial Women Talk About Where They Donate Money & Why

Millennials are more often associated with the penny-pinching $1 Venmo charge than with charitable giving. But in many of the Money Diaries we publish, right under Utilities and Spotify on the OP's list of monthly expenses is a line for donations. From Planned Parenthood to Patreon to ASPCA, millennial women are giving — regardless of how much money they make — to the causes and charities they care about.Philanthropy isn't a word reserved just for multimillionaires. Whether you factor in donati...
Tags: Spotify, Fashion, Music, Washington, Oregon, Earth, Chicago, Thailand, Aclu, Portland, Peru, Npr, Bronx, South, Venmo, Ottawa


Warrior hearts pursue Native American outreach

North America (MNN) -- Native Americans – also known as American Indians or First Nations – are one of North America’s most-overlooked people groups. Despite hundreds of years of missionary work, less than 5-percent of Native Americans identify as followers of Christ. Many Native communities resist Christian outreach because of past abuses. Learn more about that here. According to Ron Hutchcraft of Ron Hutchcraft Ministries , Native citizens often view Jesus as “the white man’s God.” ...
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Canada: Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program Gets 2019 Nomination Allocation Boost - Immigration.ca

March 19, 2019 - Ontario has received a total federal government nomination allocation of 6,900 for 2019 under the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program.
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario, Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program


Kings’ Jeff Carter ‘proud’ to reach 700-point plateau

LOS ANGELES — Milestones are among the few things the Kings have been able to celebrate this season. To name a few, Anze Kopitar scored his 300th career goal on Jan. 5 against Edmonton; Ilya Kovalchuk recorded his 400th assist on Oct. 7 against Detroit; Dustin Brown played in his 1,100th NHL regular-season game on March 2 against Chicago and is now at 1,106 (before Monday) – just five away from tying Dave Taylor for No. 1 on the Kings’ all-time list. Another was reached Saturday when Jeff Carter...
Tags: Florida, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, Kings, San Jose, Philadelphia, Roy, AHL, NHL, Detroit, Ducks, Calgary, Edmonton


Chicken-killing Newcastle disease prompts euthanasia orders for parts of Chino

Mandatory euthanasia for poultry because of the deadly Newcastle virus has been expanded to parts of Chino, according to the state Department of Food and Agriculture. The announcement brings to 15 the number of cities and communities in the Inland Empire and Los Angeles County with mandatory euthanasia orders because of the disease, which is deadly for birds but poses little threat to humans. Additionally, all of Los Angeles County and large portions of San Bernardino and Riverside counties have...
Tags: News, California, Environment, Uncategorized, Usda, Sport, Soccer, Newcastle, Riverside County, Southern California, Ontario, Compton, San Bernardino, State, U S Department of Agriculture, Los Angeles County


Canada: Ontario Government's Environmental Policies Continue To Take Shape - Siskinds LLP

On March 6, 2019, the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks released a discussion paper titled, Reducing Litter and Waste in Our Communities (the "Discussion Paper").
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario


Canada: Ontario Government's Healthcare Reform Legislation, Bill 74, The People's Health Care Act, 2019 - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

On February 26, 2019, Minister Christine Elliott unveiled the Government of Ontario's anticipated flagship legislation on healthcare reform.
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, Christine Elliott


No Tort of Harassment for You!

The common law in Ontario has proven relatively adept at developing new torts, in particular in the area of privacy law, to change and adapt to relatively stagnant or unsatisfactory statutory developments. Although the tort of intimidation has long been recognized as giving rise to a cause of action, as affirmed in cases such as Tran v. University of Western Ontario, the status of the tort of harassment has been much more divided. The Supreme Court of Canada affirmed in the 1981 decision of Sene...
Tags: Law, Canada, Court of appeal, Parliament, Conservative Party, Ontario, Aurora, RCMP, Supreme Court of Canada, Newmarket, Royal Canadian Mounted Police RCMP, Ontario Court of Appeal, Merrifield, Tran, University of Western Ontario, Superior Court of Justice


Kurtis MacDermid brings fists, energy to Kings

EL SEGUNDO – There aren’t as many fights in the NHL as there once were, but that doesn’t mean big, tough guys like Kurtis MacDermid are obsolete. Not at all. The 6-foot-5, 233-pound Kings defenseman dropped the gloves with defenseman Josh Brown of Florida in the second period of the Kings’ 4-3 loss on Saturday afternoon at Staples Center. MacDermid seemed to be almost enjoying himself as he put Brown on the ice at the end of the scrap. MacDermid wouldn’t quite go that far, but … “I wouldn’t say ...
Tags: Florida, Uncategorized, Sports, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Kings, Jets, AHL, NHL, Staples Center, Los-angeles-kings, Ontario, Winnipeg, Brown, Desjardins


KFC Canada New Coupons: Two Can Dine with two Double Tender sandwich combos for $10.69, 3 pieces of Chicken & Fries for $6.69 + More Coupons Deals

KFC Canada has released a new set of coupons. These coupons are valid until April 21, 2019, or depending on your province. You have to select your province and download the coupons. The KFC coupons for some provinces are listed below: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon Territory, The coupons will vary by the province, for Ontario: 12 Tenders Fill Up for $19.99 Two Can Dine with t...
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Police chase from L.A. to Ontario ends with 60 Freeway SigAlert, arrests

A chase of carjacking suspects by law enforcement from Los Angeles to Ontario Sunday ended with a SigAlert closing eastbound lanes of the 60 Freeway at Euclid Avenue in Ontario for a little more than an hour before two arrests ended the incident, authorities said. Details were scant, but Los Angeles Police reported the chase started as a pursuit of hijacking suspects. That pursuit was first reported at 9:12 a.m., CHP Officer Peter Nicholson said, with Los Angeles police asking the CHP to help at...
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Chase, Breaking News, CHP, Ontario, Peter Nicholson, Nicholson, Euclid Avenue, Euclid, Los Angeles Police, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories PE, Top Stories IVDB


Tonight’s Hockey Notes

from Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun, - Who will be coaching in the NHL next? Alain Vigneault? Joel Quenneville? Sheldon Keefe? Dallas Eakins? Darryl Sutter? Maybe Eakins in Anaheim. Maybe Keefe in Ottawa. Maybe Vigneault somewhere else — maybe in Ontario? There should be lots of interest in him. - Buffalo will miss the playoffs for the eighth straight year, the fourth straight with Jack Eichel on board. Can’t believe Phil Housley will be back next season to coach the Sabres. Carolin...
Tags: Toronto, Sport, Philadelphia, Buffalo, NHL, Ottawa, Ontario, Joel Quenneville, Jack Eichel, Andersen, Vigneault, Alain Vigneault, Darryl Sutter, Frederik Andersen, Eakins, Sheldon Keefe


Police chase out of Idaho ends with fatal shooting in Oregon

ONTARIO, Ore. (AP) — Authorities say a stolen-car chase that began in Idaho ended in Ontario, Oregon, with the suspect dead of a gunshot wound. Malheur County District Attorney David Goldthorpe said in a news release that the man, identified as 25-year-old Ontario resident Victor J. Morales Zavala, continued driving during the Thursday afternoon chase […]
Tags: News, Oregon, Idaho, Northwest, Ontario, Malheur County, Ontario Oregon, ONTARIO Ore AP, David Goldthorpe, Victor J Morales Zavala


Layoff warnings jump: 30% more California workers targeted

If you’ve been hearing rumblings of more than the usual number of layoffs statewide, your economic antenna is dialed in: The number of California workers hit with layoff warnings is up 30 percent in a year. California’s Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act requires employers to inform the state of planned layoffs, facility closures or relocations at least 60 days in advance. Tracking the so-called “WARN” filings is not a perfect science as some warnings are just that — possibilities...
Tags: Business, Elon Musk, Jobs, California, Tesla, Sport, Soccer, San Jose, Western Digital, Southern California, Ontario, Northern California, Crocs, Kern County, Irvine, Top Stories LADN


Gardening: The sweet mystery of the cocktail grapefruit, the mandelo

“The greatest service which can be rendered any country is to add a useful plant to its culture.” These words of Thomas Jefferson are precious to me since I have long felt that I can provide no more important service to you, dear reader of this column, than to bring to your attention unfamiliar plants which, were they to flourish in your garden, could well enhance your quality of life. One of these plants is a citrus tree I had never heard of until a short time ago when it was brought to my atte...
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McDonald’s Canada NEW Carolina BBQ Mighty Angus + Hot or Cold Specialty Beverage Only $2 + More

McDonald’s Canada’s is introducing a NEW Carolina BBQ Mighty Angus With 100% Canadian Angus beef. With juice 100% Canadian Angus beed, tangy and golden Caroline BBQ sauce, crispy onions, pickles and mozzarella cheese, it’s the stuff cravings and made of. Available for a limited time only. Also, The Shamrock Triple Thick Milkshake is here! Don’t leave things to chance – it’s only back for a limited time. The delicious, refreshing taste of mint and vanilla soft serve is back in McDonald’s iconic ...
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What Should LSBC’s Futures Task Force and LSO’s Technology Task Force Do?

The Law Society of British Columbia’s E-Brief for January 2019 states that LSBC has established a Futures Task Force: “… to look at the future of the legal profession and legal regulation in British Columbia. The task force is expected to identify anticipated changes that may improve or disrupt the future market for legal services, consider and evaluate the factors and forces driving those changes, as well as make recommendations to the Benchers regarding the implications and how the Law Society...
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Canada: Ontario Introduces Changes To Healthcare Administration - Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

Bill 74 was introduced in the Ontario legislature on February 26, 2019, and passed first reading.
Tags: News, Canada, Bill, Ontario


Canada: A Happy Ending For Basket Clauses - O'Sullivan Estate Lawyers LLP

Many people who live or have assets in Ontario are concerned about the amount of Estate Administration Tax (probate fees or "EAT") that will be payable on their death given the high rate of approximately 1.5% of the value of estate assets.
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario, Sullivan Estate Lawyers LLP


Kings defenseman Paul LaDue knows consistency is needed

EL SEGUNDO — Kings defenseman Paul LaDue has shown promise. But like the rest of his team, he’d never write home about the season he’s had. LaDue, 26, had gotten into just 27 of the team’s 69 games ahead of Thursday’s against Nashville at Staples Center. He’s missed nine games because of injury, but he’s also had 33 healthy scratches. That’s not what LaDue had in mind at the outset, but it’s the way things have gone. To him, the remedy is obvious. “I’d say just consistency – defending well every...
Tags: Uncategorized, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Kings, Nashville, Roy, NHL, Ducks, Los-angeles-kings, Ontario, Winnipeg, Anaheim, Anze Kopitar, Desjardins, Willie Desjardins


Swiss Chalet Canada March Break Family Bundle Offer: Get 2 Quarter Chicken Dinners + 2 Kids Meals + 2 Legoland Discovery Centre Toronto Passes for only $29.99!

Swiss Chalet Canada has a great March Break Family Bundle Offer available now where you can: Get 2 Quarter Chicken Dinners + 2 Kids Meals for only $29.99! PLUS 2 Legoland Discovery Centre Toronto Passes. A full-priced Legoland  Discovery Centre Adult Admission. LO, the LEGO logo, the Brick and Knob configurations, the Minifigure and LEGOLAND are trademarks of the LEGO Group. 2019 The Lego Group. LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto tickets valid March 18th – December 31st, 2019. This Offer ...
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Canada: Ontario Government Publishes Response Statements For Six Species At Risk Under The Endangered Species Act, 2007 - Siskinds LLP

On February 28, 2019, the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks issued multiple species-specific policies in accordance with the Endangered Species Act, 2007.
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario


United States: Ontario, Canada Companies Beware: Class Action Lawsuits Alleging Worker Misclassification Are On The Rise - Littler Mendelson

It appears there is a movement afoot in Ontario to change behavior around the classification of employees as independent contractors.
Tags: News, United States, Ontario, Littler Mendelson, Ontario Canada Companies Beware


United States: Ontario, Canada Mandatory Policies, Training And Postings—Are You In Compliance? - Littler Mendelson

Employers with employees in Ontario often ask about legislative requirements under various employment statutes, including mandatory policies, training and postings under the Employment Standards Act,
Tags: News, United States, Ontario, Littler Mendelson, Ontario Canada Mandatory Policies Training


Canada: Third Time's A Charm For Alberta Regulator: How The SCC Decision In Redwater Could Change The Role Of Environmental Orders In Ontario Insolvency Proceedings - Gowling WLG

The potential conflict between federal insolvency law and provincial environmental law that came to a head in Orphan Well Association v Grant Thornton Ltd ("Redwater") was settled by the Supreme Court
Tags: News, Canada, Alberta, Ontario, SCC, Orphan Well Association, Grant Thornton Ltd Redwater


Canada: What To Expect In Pay Transparency Reporting - Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

The Pay Transparency Act, 2018 (the Act) received royal assent in 2018 and is expected to come into force in Ontario before the end of 2019.
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario, Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP