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Alberta Court of Appeal to health profession regulators: Do not unnecessarily damage reputation of a professional until all appeals have been exhausted

Canada - December 16 2021 In recent years, legislators have given regulators increased powers to take enforcement action prior to a hearing or the exhaustion of all appeals…

Tracey M. Bailey

Privacy injunctions: the judicial response to cyber ransom demands

Canada - September 30 2021 Ransom demands from cyber terrorists have become an epidemic for businesses in Canada. As we have reported in previous articles, both for-profit and…

Canada Elections Act: What you can do without registering

Canada - August 20 2021 In our last article, we discussed the registration requirements that may apply to charities and non-profits that carry on certain regulated activities…

Nicole K. D'Aoust, Susan M. Manwaring

Public messaging during an election period: You may need to register ASAP

Canada - August 13 2021 Under the Canada Elections Act, there must be a general election on the third Monday of October in the fourth calendar year after the last general…

Nicole K. D'Aoust

COVID-19: The power of the government in a public health emergency

Canada - March 20 2020 Governments across Canada are responding to the COVID-19 crisis by invoking powers available to them under public health and emergency management…

Annie Alport, Kathryn M. Frelick, Ryan D. Kitzul, Alissa Raphael, Kelsey Sherriff