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Published on: 21 Dec 2016 By

Where Can I Bring My Family Law Application?

Before you issue an Application for relief in family law, you first need to determine the appropriate municipality in which to bring your Application. This article deals with choosing the appropriate municipality within Ontario.  For a determination of whether or not Ontario should assume ju…

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Published on: 20 Dec 2016 By

$2.1B Settlement in Volkswagen Diesel Emissions Class Action Announced

On December 19, 2016, a settlement agreement was announced in the class action involving Volkswagen and consumer claims related to the 2.0L diesel emissions software matter. The matter affected approximately 105,000 vehicles across Canada and generated a high level of interest when the issue…

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Published on: 16 Dec 2016 By

NEB Energy East Hearings May be Back on Track

Natural Resources Minister Carr has appointed three new panel members to the National Energy Board after three of its former members recused themselves from the Energy East TransCanada project hearings. The Acting Chair of the NEB must now assign duties for the three members, which likely wi…

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Published on: 16 Dec 2016 By

Examinations Under Oath under the SABS: When Must I Attend?

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently released a decision[1] which held that accident benefits insurers must provide reasons when requesting an examination under oath, pursuant to s. 33(2) of the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (“SABS”). During an examination under oath, an ins…

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Published on: 13 Dec 2016 By

Despite Legal Challenge, Tidal Power A Reality In Nova Scotia … For Now

North America’s first tidal turbine was recently connected to the power grid in Nova Scotia. The turbine being tested as part of a proposed project that would eventually see turbines installed in the Bay of Fundy now provides tidal-powered energy to 500 homes in the province. As part of the …

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