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No quick fix: Private health care in Canada is back in the news

Canada - August 2 2022 Canada’s public health care system is a frequent flyer in the news recently. The Cambie decision has added to the coverage, generating further…

Anna Marrison, Back Janet Ozembloski, Holly Ryan

Cullen Commission Final Report makes sweeping recommendations for anti-money laundering regulation in B.C.

Canada - June 23 2022 On June 15, the Commission of Inquiry into Money Laundering in British Columbia (referred to as the “Cullen Commission”) released its Final Report on…

Nadia Effendi, Laura Thistle, Julia Webster

Court of Appeal provides interpretative guidance on Regulated Health Professions Act

Canada - July 20 2021 In Tanase v. College of Dental Hygienists of Ontario, 2021 ONCA 482, the unanimous decision from the five-judge panel, signals the strict approach…

Henry Ngan

Insurers beware: Risks of ambiguous exclusion clauses

Canada - April 23 2021 The Ontario Superior Court's recent decision in Backyard Media Inc. v. HDI Global Specialty SE reinforces the importance of clear and unambiguous…

Natalie Kolos

Recent amendments to Canada’s medical assistance in dying law

Canada - March 23 2021 Amendments to the Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) legislation, introduced through Bill C-7, received royal assent on March 17, 2021. Following the…

Daphne G. Jarvis