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Le Parti conservateur uni présente des modifications à la législation du travail et de l’emploi de l’Alberta favorables aux affaires

Canada - May 29 2019 Le projet de Loi 2 de l’Alberta commence à rouvrir les portes de l’Alberta au monde des affaires, avec la promesse de stimuler la création d’emplois...

United Conservative Party Tables Modest Business-Friendly Amendments to Alberta’s Labour and Employment Legislation

Canada - May 29 2019 Alberta’s Bill 2 begins to reopen Alberta for business, promising to spur job creation by reversing key anti-business and pro-labour policies enacted...

Alberta minimum wage to lead the country at $15 per hour on October 1, 2018

Canada - September 19 2018 Effective October 1, 2018, Alberta’s minimum wage will rise from $13.65 to $15 per hour, leading the country. This policy decision is a continuation...

Gary T. Clarke.

Les fusions par absorption font une percée dans les plans d’arrangement au Canada

Canada - August 27 2018 Bien qu’elles soient plus courantes au sud de la frontière, les fusions par absorption gagnent en popularité au Canada comme mécanisme de gestion...

Geoffrey D. Holub, Keith R. Chatwin, Michael Mestinsek.

Absorptive Mergers Gain a Foothold in Canadian Plans of Arrangement

Canada - August 27 2018 While they are commonplace in U.S. M&A, “absorptive” mergers have only recently begun to make inroads in Canada as a mechanism to manage tax and...

Geoffrey D. Holub, Keith R. Chatwin, Michael Mestinsek.