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No “Do-Overs”: Even If The Government Provides Confusing Information, Bidders Remain Responsible For Meeting Bid Dispute Filing Deadlines

Canada - April 28 2021 Two recent Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) cases have once again re-emphasized to bidders that the 10-day complaint submission deadline…

MacNeal Darnley, Marcia Mills.

Foreign Investment Reactions to the Pandemic: National Security Concerns or Economic Nationalism?

Canada - April 19 2021 National security concerns have been cited by some countries as the motivation behind recent legislative and policy changes directed at regulating…

Douglas C. New.

A Step in the Right Direction: Updated Guidelines on Canada’s National Security Review Bring Greater Clarity

Canada - March 25 2021 On March 24, 2021, the Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry (the “Minister”) announced updates to the Guidelines on the National Security…

Andrew House, Anthony F. Baldanza, Douglas C. New, Huy Do, Justine Reisler.

The COVID Effect - Changes to Federal Government Procurements and Programs: Part 4

Canada - February 3 2021 This is an update to our Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 bulletins for federal government suppliers, identifying changes in federal government…

Marcia Mills, Véronique Champoux.

2021: New Year, New Trade Agreements and New Procurement Thresholds

Canada, European Union, United Kingdom, USA - January 18 2021 Following its decision to exit from the European Union, the UK needed to negotiate new trading relationships with its trading partners. For Canada…

Faye Voight, Marcia Mills, Novera Khan.