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Canada: Ontario Modernizing Its Business Corporations Act - McMillan LLP

The Government of Ontario has proposed important changes to the Ontario Business Corporations Act (the "OBCA") that will make Ontario a more welcoming jurisdiction for non-Canadian ...
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Canada: Ontario's Bill 213: Proposed Changes To The Business Corporations Act - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

On Oct. 6, 2020, the Ontario government tabled Bill 213, the Better for People, Smarter for Business Act, 2020, which proposes two notable changes to the Business Corporations Act (Ontario) (OBCA):
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Only 1% of public complaints against Toronto cops led to a disciplinary hearing in past 5 years

The complaints, investigations, and criminal charges handled by Ontario’s independent civilian police oversight agencies rarely lead to...
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Canada: Proclamation Period Extended For Ontario's Not-for-Profit Corporations Act - Miller Thomson LLP

The Ontario Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, 2010 ("ONCA") was passed in 2010 but is not yet in force. The Ministry of Government and Consumer Services had previously indicated a potential ONCA
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Hockey In Canada

from Stephen Smith of the New York Times, In British Columbia, on Canada’s west coast, hockey referees are wearing masks and waving their hands to flag infractions instead of whistling. In Ontario, to the east, officials are still deciding when teams in the province’s top junior league will return to the ice, but they will be playing a whole new game when they do, with body checking and fighting eliminated in the interest of social distancing. In Toronto, the provincial capital, spike...
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Canada: Pedal To The Metal: Ontario Accelerates Transit And Highway Infrastructure Projects - Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

On October 22, 2020, Ontario's Minister of Transportation, Caroline Mulroney (Minister), introduced Bill 222, Ontario Rebuilding and Recovery Act, 2020 (Act) for first reading in the Ontario
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Ontario: Doug Ford refuses to demote caucus member photographed maskless

Sam Oosterhoff was part of large group gathered in banquet hall without masks or practicing social distancingOntario’s premier, Doug Ford, has come under fire for refusing to demote a scofflaw member of his caucus who was photographed without a mask at a large indoor gathering – even as the regional government pleads with residents to follow public health rules during the pandemic.Sam Oosterhoff, a parliamentary assistant to the province’s education minister, posted pictures online this weekend ...
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There Are No Covid 'Internment Camps,’ in Canada or Anywhere Else

Earlier this month, anti-mask Ontario member of provincial parliament (MPP) Randy Hillier waved a sheet of paper on the parliament floor, demanding details from Premier Doug Ford’s administration on quarantine “internment camps.” In a spot-on impression of a prosecutor in a courtroom drama, Hillier told them, “surely…Read more...
Tags: Science, Canada, Conspiracy Theories, Ontario, Doug Ford, Hillier, Randy Hillier, Covid 19


52 thoughtful gifts to send your mom if you're spending time apart this year — for every budget

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Williams-Sonoma If you haven't found the perfect gift for mom yet, we rounded up dozens of thoughtful and unique gift ideas to inspire you. Whether you're looking for something budget-friendly (under $25, under $50, or under $100), personalized, or techy, our gift guides have you covered. Sign up for Insider Reviews' weekly newsletter for more buying advice and great deals.Many families will likely...
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Ontario Flyer Sneaks: Metro & Sobey’s October 29th – November 4th

We have more flyer sneaks for you this morning! To see the complete Metro and Sobeys Ontario flyer for the week of October the 29th to the 4th of November, you can click the links beneath for each. Here are some of the highlights from each of these upcoming flyers: Metro Inside Round Roast $2.99/lb Schneiders’s or Maple Leaf Bacon $3.99 Chicken Drumsticks or Thighs $1.99/lb Becel Tubs or Plant-Based Bricks $2.49 Kraft Peanut Butter or Hazelnut Spread or Smuckers Jam $3.77 Astro Original 12pk $...
Tags: Shopping, Canada, Ontario, Metro, Chapman, Sobey, Kellogg, Sobeys, Canadian Deals & Coupons, Sobeys Ontario, Kraft Peanut Butter, Betty Crocker Potatoes, Armstrong Cheese Bars, Smuckers Jam, Sobeys Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts


Ontario Flyer Sneak Peeks: Freshco, No Frills, and Food Basics October 29th – November 4th

We have flyer sneak peeks for you bright and early this morning! Click the links below to view the No Frills, Freshco, and Food Basics Ontario flyers on our forum for the week of October the 29th to November the 4th. Here are some deals to look forward to from each: No Frills 10lb Bag Potatoes $1 I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter $1 375g Lean Ground Beef $2 Aylmer Accents $1 Unico Vegetable Oil $2 2L Coke or Pepsi $1 Limes 4/$1 Green Peppers $2/lb Pork Combo Chops $1.77/lb Freshco Smartfood or...
Tags: Shopping, Canada, Coke, Ontario, Pepsi, Canadian Deals & Coupons, Food Basics, Freshco, No frills, Barilla Pasta, Crispy Minis, Food Basics Ontario, ED Smith Triple Fruits, Green Peppers, Classico Pasta Sauce, Aylmer Accents


Canada: Ontario Moves The CDM Goal Posts…Slightly - Gowling WLG

On September 30, 2020, the Ontario government confirmed a commitment to stay the course on electricity conservation and demand response initiatives by unveiling a new four-year conservation and...
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United States: Ontario, Canada: Superior Court Determines Enforceability Of Termination Clause - Littler Mendelson

The Ontario Superior Court recently issued a decision in Sewell v. Provincial Fruit Co. Limited, 2020 ONSC 4406 (Sewell), applying the reasoning set forth in the Ontario Court of Appeal...
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Canada: Mandatory COVID Screening In Workplaces - Pallett Valo LLP

On September 26, 2020, a new regulation came into force in Ontario requiring employers to screen workers and essential visitors for COVID-19 symptoms on a daily basis before they are permitted to enter the workplace.
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Canada: The Corroborative Evidence Requirement Under The OPCF 44R - McLeish Orlando LLP

Under Ontario automobile policies, the OPCF 44R Family Protection Coverage is optional auto insurance coverage Ontario drivers may purchase.
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Canada: Ontario Extends Temporary Suspension Period To Allow Virtual AGMs For Corporations Act Companies - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

On October 1, 2020, the Ontario government passed O. Reg. 544/20: Extension Of Temporary Suspension Period (Regulation 544) made under the Corporations Act (Ontario) (the OCA).
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Is it safe to go outside? Southern California fires, dust, winds torpedo air quality in your area

Between the new Silverado fire in Orange County and the still-burning El Dorado fire in San Bernardino and Riverside counties and Bobcat fire in Los Angeles County, high winds Monday were kicking up enough dust and smoke to make the air quality hazardous in some areas of Southern California. RELATED: 60,000 told to evacuate as Silverado fire quickly swells to 2,000 acres On Sunday, the South Coast Air Quality Management District issued a windblown dust advisory for portions of Orange, Riverside ...
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Freshco Ontario: Get Doritos For $1.50 With Printable Coupon

You might need to pick up some chips and other such snacks for your Halloween festivities this weekend. This week, until the 28th of October, Freshco Ontario has Doritos 255g on sale for $2, and you can get them for even less when you use a printable coupon that is still available. This is another coupon that is available through the Tasty Rewards coupon portal, and you can access that portal by clicking the link below. There you will find a coupon for 50 cents off the purchase of Doritos. With...
Tags: Shopping, Canada, Ontario, Canadian Deals & Coupons, Freshco, Freshco Ontario


Canada: Ontario Introduces New Bill To Insulate Against COVID-19 Liability - Miller Thomson LLP

COVID-19 has placed an unprecedented strain on employers, retailers, service providers, and our health care system.
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Food Basics Ontario: Quaker Instant Oatmeal 38 Cents After Coupon This Week

  This week Food Basics Ontario has Quaker Oats, Quaker Instant Oatmeal, Quaker Harvest Crunch cereal advertised for the low price of just $1.88. There are usually an assortment of Quaker coupons floating around, so depending which tear pad coupons you may have I’m sure you can get some great deals. For the Instant Oatmeal or Oats in particular there is a great deal with a printable coupon that is still available. If you visit the Tasty Rewards printable coupon by clicking the link below, you w...
Tags: Shopping, Canada, Oats, Ontario, Quaker, Canadian Deals & Coupons, Instant Oatmeal, Quaker Instant Oatmeal, Food Basics, Food Basics Ontario, Quaker Oatmeal, Quaker Oats Quaker


Canada: Latest Update On Virtual Witnessing Of Wills And Powers Of Attorney: Extension In Ontario To November 21, 2020 - Fogler, Rubinoff LLP

In what is becoming a familiar refrain, the Ontario government has once again extended the time for Wills and Powers of Attorney...
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Canada: Government Proposes Changes To Modernize Ontario's Corporate Framework - Cassels

On October 6, 2020, the Government of Ontario introduced Bill 213, Better for People, Smarter for Business Act, 2020 (Bill). If passed, the Bill will amend the Ontario Business Corporations Act (OBCA)
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Ontario should vaccinate newborns for hepatitis B, study suggests

Not all pregnant women are universally screened for hepatitis B virus (HBV) in Ontario, even though this screening is recommended, and the majority of those who test positive do not receive follow-up testing or interventions, leading to infections of newborns, found new research in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal).
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Handling Commercial Vacancy Disputes

Even before the pandemic, commercial landlords and tenants had their disputes. The Ontario Court of Appeal recently dismissed an appeal in Old Navy (Canada) Inc. v. The Eglinton Town Centre Inc., thereby affirming the Superior Court decision that denied declaratory relief to the commercial tenant, and a refund of rent they claimed they overpaid. The case centred around the interpretation of the lease. The tenant, who is a major international commercial retailer, and a subsidiary of the largest s...
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Maestro to Showcase Multi-Platform Web Browser PMS Options for Independents at CYBER HITEC

M ARKHAM, Ontario , Oct. 26, 2020 — For the first time, global hoteliers will come together virtually today to attend CYBER HITEC, an online hospitality technology conference featuring the brightest minds and hottest hotel technologies from around the world. To show trepidatious travelers that their hotels are safe, operators are realizing there needs to be change, and the urgent transformation of contactless service begins with technology. Maestro, hospitality's most trusted provider of ...
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No Frills Ontario: Wonder Bread For $1 After Coupon This Week

This week No Frills Ontario has plenty of $1 and $2 deals, including Wonder Bread for just $2. There is a printable coupon that’s still available through a hidden SmartSource link, that is a buy one get one free coupon valid on Wonder Bread. You can find the coupon by clicking the link below, and with this coupon you can pick up two loaves of bread for $1 each! Because the coupon is SmartSource, you are able to print two copies of the coupon per browser, so if you print the two coupons you can ...
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Canada: Ontario Public Sector FOI And Privacy Series - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

We are pleased to announce a new series of "nuts and bolts" webinars geared to Ontario public sector FOI and privacy practitioners. In this series, legal counsel, registrars, clerks...
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Canada: Ontario Extends Temporary Suspension Period To May 31, 2021 To Allow For Virtual AGMs - Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

On Oct. 1, 2020 the Ontario government passed O. Reg. 542/20 – Extension to temporary suspension period (Regulation 542), made under the Business Corporations Act (Ontario) (the OBCA).
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Is Former SCC Chief Justice McLachlin’s Action Committee and Leadership of the A2J Agencies Avoiding the Major Issues? [Part 2 of 2 Parts]

[The content of this article is closely related to five of my previous posts on Slaw , dated: July 25, 2019 ; April 9, 2020 ; May 29, 2020 ; August 6, 2020 ; and, October 22, 2020 . See also the full text on the SSRN .] Part 1 presented the proposition that the great amount of “emergency relief-type” activity and literature that has been produced by the many access to justice agencies (A2J agencies) in relation to the “A2J problem” of unaffordable lawyers’ services,...
Tags: Justice, Law, Court, Canada, Department Of Justice, University of Toronto, Stanford University, Ontario, Toronto Star, Supreme Court of Canada, Statistics Canada, Law Society, LSO, R, SCC, Monahan


No Frills Ontario: Nordica Smooth Cottage Cheese Free After Coupon This Week!

This week No Frills Ontario has Nordica Cottage Cheese tubs advertised for $2. If you purchase the Smooth variety you can actually get it for free this week with a printable coupon that is still available and can be accessed through the link below. Visit the Dairy Farmers of Ontario coupon page through the link below, and you will find a coupon for $2 off the purchase of any Nordica Smooth Cottage Cheese coupon, making it free when use at No Frills this week. There are also smaller tubs of Libe...
Tags: Shopping, Canada, Free Stuff, Ontario, Nordica, Canadian Freebies, Canadian Deals & Coupons, Nordica Smooth Cottage Cheese, No frills, No Frills Ontario, Nordica Cottage Cheese, Nordica Smooth Cottage