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2021-04-20 • Thought

An unprecedented tax season for employees, business owners and gig economy workers all alike

  • by: Chantale Cousineau-Mahoney

As it was recently recognized by the Canada Revenue Agency (“CRA”), the 2021 tax season will be “like no other” due to the trailblazing changes resulting from the pandemic.

2021-03-08 • Thought

Have you considered your RESP in your Estate Planning?

  • by: Chanelle Dutrisac

Did you know that while the money in a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) is commonly intended for the beneficiary (child or grandchild), it rightfully and legally belongs to the subscriber?

2021-02-04 • Press

Changes to the Occupier’s Liability Act

  • by: Jessica Byles

Changes to the Occupier’s Liability Act

2021-01-15 • Thought

Covid-19 influences changes to the Rules of Civil Procedures

  • by: Simon Regimbald

As of January 1, 2021, the Rules of Civil Procedures have been amended to modernize Ontario’s justice system and allow for among other things: video hearings, electronic signatures and more.

2020-09-14 • Press

Resumption of Limitation Periods and Time Periods

  • by: Stéphane Hutt

As you may be aware, limitation periods established in statutes, regulations, rules, by-laws, or orders of the Government of Ontario and time periods in proceedings

2020-06-24 • Press

3 simple tips on recalls and work refusals

  • by: Émilie Leblanc Lacasse

As the province is now in Phase 2 of reopening the economy, many Employers reopening their business are starting to recall employees to work. Business is obviously not as usual and upon recall, some employees might fear for their safety for various reason