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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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Published on: 6 Dec 2016 By

Franchising An Increasingly High-Risk Venture For Franchisors

(Note: This article originally appeared on AdvocateDaily.com) Canada is frequently hyped as an idyllic place to launch a franchise business, but that’s not the case for many franchisors who face tougher obstacles than their counterparts in other countries, says London franchise lawyer Peter …

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