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Ontario's Whistleblower Regime: Civil Cause of Action for Reprisals Now Possible

Canada - February 22 2018 A new statutory cause of action has been added to Ontario's securities legislation, meaning that reprisal claims by whistleblowers may now be filed in...

Adam D.H. Chisholm.

Ontario Government to Grow LCBO: Recreational Cannabis to be sold at Government Stores

Canada - September 8 2017 On September 8, 2017, Ontario’s provincial government unveiled its much-anticipated plans for retail distribution of recreational cannabis.1 Under...

Sasa Pudar, Lauren Ray, James R. Munro.

Server Location Not Definitive in Determining Jurisdiction Over Foreign Defendant

Canada - August 31 2017 Canadian courts will generally assume jurisdiction over proceedings that have a real and substantial connection to them. This broad test for taking...

Mitch Koczerginski.

Ontario Bill 148: Enhanced Workplace Enforcement Measures are Coming

Canada - June 19 2017 In June 2017, the Government of Ontario introduced the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017 (Bill 148) which, if passed, will introduce numerous...

Paul Boshyk.

Court of Appeal for Ontario Affirms Strong Limitation on Employee's Post-Termination Bonus Entitlement

Canada - June 14 2017 The Court of Appeal for Ontario has affirmed an Ontario Superior Court trial decision which upheld an employee bonus limitation provision despite...

Kyle Lambert.