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Published on: 5 May 2015 By

Court of Appeal Upholds ERT Finding in Blanding’s Turtle Case

On April 20, 2015, the Ontario Court of Appeal restored the finding of the Environmental Review Tribunal (“ERT”) that the proposed Ostrander Point wind farm would result in “serious and irreversible” harm to the Blanding’s turtle. The Ostrander Point wind farm project is a nine-turbine 22.5 …

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Published on: 4 May 2015 By

New ESA Poster Requirements for Ontario Employers

The Ontario Ministry of Labour has just released its new version (6.0) of the Employment Standards Poster entitled “Employment Standards in Ontario”. Ontario employers must immediately post this new poster in each of its workplaces in a location likely to come to the attention of…

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Published on: 28 Apr 2015 By

Ostrander Point wind project goes back to Tribunal

The Ontario Court of Appeal has reinstated the decision of the Environmental Review Tribunal on the Ostrander Point wind farm: The Renewable Energy Approval as issued by the Director (Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change) should not be upheld as issued, because of the harm that the…

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Published on: 21 Apr 2015 By

Oslo Principles on Climate Change: Governments are Breaching Legal Duties

A group of preeminent international jurists  have put together a series of legal principles, called the Oslo Principles on Global Obligations to Reduce Climate Change. These principles demonstrate that the governments of the world are breaching their legal duties to their citizens, by doing …

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Published on: 20 Apr 2015 By , ,

A Decade of Competition Law Class Actions: From Chadha to the ‘New Trilogy’

Abstract: The brief history of Canadian competition law class actions has been marked by a significant evolution in approach, from hesitancy to acceptance. The debate has focused on the evidentiary standard and the viability of indirect purchaser claims. Early attempts at certification in co…

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