The growing B Corporation movement is making its mark worldwide and companies such as Patagonia – an American outdoor clothing company, and Intrepid Group – the world’s largest adventure travel company, are… Read More
Authors: Jared Dunlop, Robel Sahlu
On December 19, 2019, the Competition Bureau – the government entity charged with ensuring businesses comply with the Competition Act – sent more than 100 letters… Read More
Authors: Tom Provost, Dan Robillard
This is the second of a two-part series where we outline some of the essential points buyers need to know before purchasing a pharmacy. Read part one.
After… Read More
Authors: Josh Morrison, Andrew Konopelny and Ethan Reis, Summer Student-at-Law
The Supreme Court of Canada will hear an appeal from a recent Alberta judgment that may result in a change to the… Read More
Individuals (sole proprietors), partnerships, corporations and Indigenous Nations that are interested in selling cannabis products can apply for a cannabis retail store licence to sell non-medical cannabis and cannabis accessories.
The… Read More
Authors: Ryan Morasiewicz and Negina Khalil, summer articled student
One of the most important decisions you make when starting an outdoor/adventure business is what legal structure you select for the company. This… Read More
Authors: Maria A. Penner, Dan Robillard
Picture this: you’ve been thinking of buying a pharmacy, and an opportunity to purchase one has just presented itself. It seems like a dream come true—why… Read More
Last week, the United States clarified its position on whether Canadians involved in the legal cannabis industry will be allowed to enter the U.S.
While the clarification is good news for some… Read More
Authors: Grant Stefanson, Anna Solmundson
When several Tim Hortons locations in Ontario tweaked their employee benefits in response to a minimum-wage hike recently, many people wondered if the Tim Hortons corporate office would… Read More