Why should MOE encourage soil banking?
The story of how 230,000 cubic metres of recycled fill came to be headed for the new roadway interchange at Laird Road and Hanlon Expressway is a good one.Continue reading the post titled Why should MOE encourage soil banking?
GHG regulation by US EPA upheld
Can the US Environmental Protection Agency enforce its ambitious greenhouse gas emission rules under the Clean Air Act? Yes, according to the Endangerment Opinion of the District of Columbia US Court of Appeals:Continue reading the post titled GHG regulation by US EPA upheld
Ontario’s Court of Appeal Certifies Class Actions Questioning Overtime Policies
It turns out CIBC and Scotiabank will be required to defend their overtime policies against class actions by employees, according to the Court of Appeal. The banks had successfully defended certification motions in the lower courts on the grounds that the issues were not “common” enough amon…Continue reading the post titled Ontario’s Court of Appeal Certifies Class Actions Questioning Overtime Policies
ECO on Green Energy Act and Conservation
The prolific Environmental Commissioner of Ontario has issued his Annual Energy Conservation Progress Report for 2011 under the Green Energy Act, and he isn’t very impressed.Continue reading the post titled ECO on Green Energy Act and Conservation
Veolia Poop Pellets Escape
Veolia Water Canada Inc. makes fertilizer pellets (sold as Nutri-Pel) from secondary sewage sludge. It was fined $70,000 for letting some of them escape into a creek.Continue reading the post titled Veolia Poop Pellets Escape
Minimizing Liability Now That The 24-Month Cap on Reasonable Notice Is In Question
Although we often tell clients that determining the reasonable notice period in any given situation is more art than science, one thing we’ve felt confident about is the 24-month cap – unless there are exceptional circumstances, no matter how much seniority an employee has and no matter what…Continue reading the post titled Minimizing Liability Now That The 24-Month Cap on Reasonable Notice Is In Question
Don’t Forget to file your 2012 Customer Service Accessibility Report
Is your organization in the private or not-for-profit sector? Does it provide goods or services to the public or to third parties? Does it have 20 or more Ontario employees? If the answer is YES to all three questions, then your organization must file its 2012 Customer Service Accessibility …Continue reading the post titled Don’t Forget to file your 2012 Customer Service Accessibility Report
Ready to Roll – Trailer Insurance Basics for the Open Road
Introduction With the arrival of vacation, cottage and horse show season in Southwestern Ontario, this may be a good time for you to review your insurance policies with your broker. This guide will provide you with a primer on what you need to consider when purchasing an insurance policy for…Continue reading the post titled Ready to Roll – Trailer Insurance Basics for the Open Road
Siskinds is pleased to introduce our newest Associates – Sajjad Nematollahi, Daniel Strickland and Amy Best.
Just recently called to the Ontario Bar, they will all be working in Class Actions team.To view their London Free Press Announcement advertisement, please click here.Continue reading the post titled Siskinds is pleased to introduce our newest Associates – Sajjad Nematollahi, Daniel Strickland and Amy Best.
Kawartha Lakes to seek leave to appeal
The City of Kawartha Lakes has given notice that it will seek leave to appeal the Divisional Court’s decision, which upheld an MOE order against it. The Order required Kawartha Lakes, the victim of a third party oil spill, to pay for the cleanup of that spill on public property. This i…Continue reading the post titled Kawartha Lakes to seek leave to appeal