Canadian financial institutions maintain highly sensitive personal and other information and are experiencing an increase in sophisticated cyberattacks. Recent guidance from the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Intuitions (OSFI)… Read More
In September 2020, the Federal Court of Appeal (FCA) released its highly anticipated decision in Miller Thomson LLP v Hilton Worldwide Holding LLP (Hilton Worldwide), affirming the Federal Court’s ruling… Read More
The e-sports world is quickly gaining popularity as more sports and gaming enthusiasts turn to online gaming during a time of social distancing.
E-sports are video games played by multiple participants… Read More
Authors: Ryan Morasiewicz, Negina Khalil
A recent case in Colorado raises concerns for recreationalists that user-submitted avalanche incident reporting information may be used against them in criminal proceedings and legal proceedings.
Background… Read More
Elimination of Probate Fees in Manitoba
Probate fees were eliminated in Manitoba as of November 6, 2020. Accordingly, requests for probate, administration, or resealing in Manitoba no longer require payment of… Read More
This blog was prepared with the assistance of summer student-at-law Jason J.S. Birring.
On August 4, 2020, it was announced that a legal exemption from the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act… Read More
On June 29, 2020, the Government of Alberta made two announcements:
Starting on June 29, 2020, eligible small- and medium-sized businesses, co-ops, and non-profits can apply for one-time funding up… Read More
As provinces continue through their respective reopening plans, employers are beginning to recall their employees back to work. Given the number of operational challenges present due to COVID-19, it is… Read More