Ontario has implemented the latest phase of its response to the federal government's legalization of cannabis by passing new regulations around retail stores.
Zachary Kobrin has been watching the Canadian cannabis landscape for some time now and is preparing to navigate its securities landscape as the Florida-based medical marijuana company he represents prepares to go public on this side of the border.
When legal departments work collaboratively with their external firms and technology partners on real-world problems, innovation can happen in interesting and cost-effective ways and it doesn’t have to mean reduced fees for law firms.
Stikeman Elliott LLP has named a new chairman of the firm and three new managing partners in Toronto, Montréal and Calgary.
A Calgary law firm that does work in the fintech and crypto-currency sector has begun accepting payment for legal services in Bitcoin.
As with many general counsel in the cannabis industry in Canada, Jason Alexander is juggling all the issues in-house in the sector face every day, including whether or not travelling to the United States is a good idea right now.
For a second time, an arbitrator has ruled in favour of the Ontario Nurses’ Association, ordering a major hospital group in Toronto to rescind its “vaccinate or mask policy.”
A British Columbia man has been awarded six months pay in lieu of notice after being dismissed from a sales job at a company that hired him away from his job and then let him go after just six months of employment.
This week, the City of Toronto is launching various legal challenges to Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s bill to cut the number of councillors by almost half, and some candidates and citizens say Bill 5 is a violation of their Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Does Canada suffer from a lack of resources to enforce anti-money-laundering regulations?