Authors: Conor Chell, Jodi Wildeman, K.C., Andrew Konopelny
If you’re hoping to win a large federal government contract, you’ll soon need to have a plan to reduce your greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
On February 28, … Read More
Authors: Andrew Konopelny, John Dipple, Nicole Graham
The Ontario Dispute Adjudication for Construction Contracts (“ODACC”) recently released its 2021 Report. The ODACC annual report offers insight and guidance into what the construction industry in … Read More
With significant new funding available for various municipal and provincial infrastructure projects, many procurement processes will start over the next several months.
Construction projects start with procuring design and construction services, … Read More
Authors: John Dipple, Randy Brunet, Q.C., Matt Barnes
GETTING READY NOW
The Saskatchewan government recently announced a $7.5-billion program to invest in infrastructure over the next two years and to help stimulate the province’s economic … Read More
On Wednesday, May 6, 2020, Premier Scott Moe announced an increase of $2 billion to Saskatchewan’s capital plan to stimulate the province’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
This increase brings the … Read More
Authors: Breanne Lothian, John Dipple
The public procurement landscape is set for a refresh on July 1, 2017, when the Canadian Free Trade Agreement (“CFTA”) comes into effect and replaces the existing Agreement … Read More
Authors: Paul Goldman, Derek Hoffman, Saravan Veylan and Jocelyn Sirois
Anti-corruption laws in Canada and elsewhere have become increasingly relevant in recent years. As a result, Canadian businesses and organizations must … Read More
This post was written prior to our January 2017 merger, under our previous firm name, MacPherson Leslie & Tyerman LLP.
The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Saskatchewan (the … Read More