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Harper Grey LLP | Canada | 13 Apr 2021

Case Summary: Occasional payments from an acquaintance did not exclude coverage after the insured’s vehicle was stolen at gunpoint

Occasional payments from an acquaintance for trips in the insured’s vehicle did not fall within the carrying of passengers for compensation or hire…
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Meritas | Canada | 6 Apr 2021

Cannabis Guide for the USA & Canada - Nova Scotia

The Nova Scotia government, through the Cannabis Control Act, provides the Minister responsible for the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC)…
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Bennett Jones LLP | Canada | 7 Oct 2020

Pension Regulatory Guidance and Measures Related to COVID-19 Pandemic (Updated) - October 07, 2020

In response to the recent market declines and interruptions to businesses amid the COVID-19 pandemic, federal and provincial pension regulators have…
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Rudner Law | Canada | 2 Jun 2020

Understanding sick day entitlement

Last week, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made headlines with his promise to push the provinces to enact legislation providing 10 paid sick days each…
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Bennett Jones LLP | Canada | 28 May 2020

Nova Scotia Court of Appeal De-Certifies Adverse Health and Unjust Enrichment Claims against Licensed Cannabis Producer

On April 30, 2020, the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal released its decision in the Organigram class action (Organigram Holdings Inc. v Downton, 2020…
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Bennett Jones LLP | Canada | 8 May 2020

Pension Regulatory Guidance and Measures Related to COVID-19 Pandemic (Updated)

In response to the recent market declines and interruptions to businesses amid the COVID-19 pandemic, federal and provincial pension regulators have…
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Cox & Palmer | Canada | 6 May 2020

Nova Scotia - Legal Implications of the COVID-19 Emergency

Two processes have been invoked in Nova Scotia in response to the COVID-19 pandemic - the Chief Medical Officer has issued orders under the Heath…
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Torkin Manes LLP | Canada | 5 May 2020

Nova Scotia Court of Appeal Decision a Big Interim Win for Organigram

Last week the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal partially overturned the certification of a class action lawsuit against Organigram Inc. and its parent…
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Cox & Palmer | Canada | 21 Apr 2020

Nova Scotia Court Orders Father to Return Child to Mother Despite COVID-19 Concerns

At Cox & Palmer, we are working to ensure that we provide timely and responsive advice to our clients with custody and other Family Law issues, while…
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Cox & Palmer | Canada | 16 Apr 2020

Nova Scotia Direction Provides Flexibility for Shareholder, Member and Director Meetings during COVID-19

The Nova Scotia government has clarified how incorporated entities can meet both their statutory meeting obligations and abide by pandemic-related…
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