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Maple approval leaves Canada with regulated monopoly stock exchange

Canada - July 5 2012 In a surprise move, the Competition Bureau cleared the Maple Group’s bid to acquire TMX Group, Alpha Group, and Canadian Depository Services on July 4, 2012

Six months’ severance is six months’ severance! Dismissed employee awarded full contractual severance, despite new job

Canada - June 29 2012 In its decision released on June 21, 2012 in Bowes v. Goss Power Products Ltd., 2012 ONCA 425, the Ontario Court of Appeal confirmed that where an employer has agreed to continue paying salary to a dismissed employee for a fixed period in a written employment agreement, that is the obligation and it will be enforced

Competition Bureau cleans up Montreal sewer conspiracy

Canada - June 25 2012 The Competition Bureau’s clean-up of the Montreal sewer bid-rigging conspiracy continued with the announcement on June 22 that a second company, Colmatec Inc., and one of its executives, Rénald Drouin, pleaded guilty

Maple approval leaves Canada with regulated monopoly stock exchange

Canada - July 5 2012 In a surprise move, the Competition Bureau cleared the Maple Group’s bid to acquire TMX Group, Alpha Group, and Canadian Depository Services on July 4, 2012

Six months’ severance is six months’ severance! Dismissed employee awarded full contractual severance, despite new job

Canada - June 29 2012 In its decision released on June 21, 2012 in Bowes v. Goss Power Products Ltd., 2012 ONCA 425, the Ontario Court of Appeal confirmed that where an employer has agreed to continue paying salary to a dismissed employee for a fixed period in a written employment agreement, that is the obligation and it will be enforced

Competition Bureau cleans up Montreal sewer conspiracy

Canada - June 25 2012 The Competition Bureau’s clean-up of the Montreal sewer bid-rigging conspiracy continued with the announcement on June 22 that a second company, Colmatec Inc., and one of its executives, Rénald Drouin, pleaded guilty