The Canadian Securities Administrators are adopting amendments to Form 51-102F6 - Statement of Executive Compensation, which will come into force on October 31, 2011, and apply to financial years ending on or after October 31, 2011.
When a plaintiff seeks leave to restore an action to the trial list under Rule 48.11, the court will consider the same factors as though the defendant moved to dismiss the action for delay under Rule 24.01.
The appellant commenced an action on October 6, 2003, against Curtis Rivard following a motor vehicle accident.
These appeals arise from the professional disciplinary proceedings against three members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario ("ICAO") for their roles in the now defunct Livent Inc.'s ("Livent") 1997 audited financial statements.
Pursuant to the Canada Elections Act, the CRTC is required to issue a set of guidelines with respect to the conduct of broadcasters during a general election within four days of the election writ being dropped.
The appellants, who were representative plaintiffs in a class action against the Crown, were widows whose federal supplementary death benefits were reduced because of their husbands' ages.
Applications under the Human Rights Code ("Code") present a real risk for employers and an important avenue of redress for employees.
A dispute between the City of Brampton and Aecon Buildings arose over the construction of the $46-million Brampton Performing Arts Centre.
This is an appeal by the City of Toronto (the "City") from the Ontario Municipal Board's (the "Board") order directing the City to issue demolition permits to the Respondents, who owned thirteen buildings located on Bloor Street West.
This appeal involved the interplay between the right of refugees not to be returned to a country where they will face prosecution (the principle of non-refoulement) and Canada's obligations with respect to extradition.