State of the Unions
In the wake of belt-tightening budgets from government and a growing sense that labour relations are entering a more difficult period in both the public and private sectors, an article in last weekend’s Globe and Mail by John Allemang makes for interesting reading – whether your organization…View the post titled State of the Unions
Feed in Tariff update for renewable energy
Wind and Solar Tariffs Reduced New Emphasis on Community Power–10% of Capacity Set Aside Substantial Increase in Inflation Adjustment for Biomass and Biogas Program Moves to Annual Review Possible New Renewable Targets No Word on Connection Barriers and Inclusion of New Technologies Pa…View the post titled Feed in Tariff update for renewable energy
Young Global Leader
Rebecca Saxe, an associate member of the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT and associate professor in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, has been named one of the World Economic Forum‘s Young Global Leaders for 2012.View the post titled Young Global Leader
Siskinds is a proud sponsor of the 2012 Golf Play Day.
This event is taking place on Wednesday, June 6th and includes 9 holes of golf, fun and games with a fabulous lunch & dinner at Sunningdale Golf & Country Club.View the post titled Siskinds is a proud sponsor of the 2012 Golf Play Day.
Creditor or regulator? Nortel, the MOE and environment v insolvency
If there are continuing operations, there has to be ongoing compliance with environmental legislation. But if there are no ongoing operations, the environmental regulator has to rely on its security, failing which it has unsecured status.View the post titled Creditor or regulator? Nortel, the MOE and environment v insolvency
Is public consultation a political activity forbidden to charities?
With the launch of Conservative Senator Nicole Eaton’s inquiry into the “Involvement of Foreign Foundations in Canada’s Domestic Affairs”, increased scrutiny is being focused on the activities of Canada’s charitable environmental groups. In particular, is participating in public consultation…View the post titled Is public consultation a political activity forbidden to charities?
Bitter bedbug battle
Over the past decade, North America and western Europe have seen an alarming resurgence of bedbugs in homes, university dormitories, apartments and hotels. Although the reason for the proliferation of bedbugs is not clear, some attribute this to the increase in international travel, use of…View the post titled Bitter bedbug battle
Siskinds is very pleased to announce that James R. Caskey, Q.C. will be awarded with The Law Society of Upper Canada’s top honour – the Law Society Medal.
This medal is awarded to a select few lawyers who have made a significant contribution to the profession. The award is given for outstanding service within the profession where the service is in accordance with the highest ideals of the legal profession. Originally struck in 1985, the Law S…View the post titled Siskinds is very pleased to announce that James R. Caskey, Q.C. will be awarded with The Law Society of Upper Canada’s top honour – the Law Society Medal.
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