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
Quarry approved on Escarpment
Did you think the Niagara Escarpment was actually protected? A Joint Board of the Ontario Municipal Board and the Environmental Review Tribunal have conditionally approved a massive new Walker Brothers quarry on the Niagara Escarpment, over the objections of the Niagara Escarpment Commission…Continue reading the post titled Quarry approved on Escarpment
Fisheries Act: Weaker or Tougher?
With Bill C-38, the omnibus Budget Implementation Act, Bill C-38, the Conservative government will bring sweeping changes to Canada’s environmental landscape. To make approvals easier for oil sands projects and related pipelines, the Fisheries Act will be particularly affected. Major changes…Continue reading the post titled Fisheries Act: Weaker or Tougher?
Liability for recreational trails
In our December article for Municipal World, we wrote about municipal liability to cyclists for failing to maintain roads in a proper state of repair. Municipalities could similarly find themselves liable as the occupiers of recreational path systems, if the trails are not adequately maintained.Continue reading the post titled Liability for recreational trails
Recovering Compensation for Attendant Care After a Motor Vehicle Collision
Individuals who are injured in a motor vehicle accident may have the right to receive funding for attendant care services required as a result of their injuries. Attendant care services include assistance provided for things such as personal care (grooming, dressing, bathing, toileting, pers…Continue reading the post titled Recovering Compensation for Attendant Care After a Motor Vehicle Collision
Municipal incentives for Brownfields
The Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing has released a very useful website, Municipal Financial Incentives for Brownfield Redevelopment – Trends among Ontario Municipalities to provide information and analysis on how Ontario municipalities are employing planning and financial tools to…Continue reading the post titled Municipal incentives for Brownfields
MOE wins: Kawartha Lakes must pay
innocent victims of contamination now have no defence against a Ministry cleanup order. They will be forced into the civil courts if they hope for any remedyContinue reading the post titled MOE wins: Kawartha Lakes must pay
Food, climate change and the Unabomber
According to major climate change denier, the Heartland Institute, people who believe in climate change are like the Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski, and other terrorists. From their press release announcing the billboard:Continue reading the post titled Food, climate change and the Unabomber
Financial Assurance after business closes
An MOE order for financial assurance can be enforced even after the business has closed and been evicted from its premises, and even without a full hearing by the Environmental Review Tribunal. The ERT had enough evidence to know that the cleanup would cost much more than the existing financ…Continue reading the post titled Financial Assurance after business closes
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