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Published on: 11 Aug 2015 By

Boundary trees: sometimes good fences don’t make good neighbours

The issue of boundary trees—trees that straddle property lines—appears to be a growing, and increasingly confusing, legal concern for Toronto neighbours. Earlier this year, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice was again asked to untangle a boundary tree-related dispute between two Toronto n…

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Published on: 6 Aug 2015 By

Obama’s Clean Power Plan: “There is such a thing as being too late”

In a passionate announcement on Monday, President Barack Obama unveiled the United States’ plan for doing its part to combat climate change: the Clean Power Plan (the “Plan”). The Plan sets out to reduce greenhouse gas (“GHG”) emissions from power stations, which comprise the single largest …

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Published on: 30 Jul 2015 By

Changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000

New ESA Poster Requirement The Ministry of Labour has released a new version (6.0) of its Employment Standards Poster, Employment Standards in Ontario. Posting The new version of the poster must be posted in each of an employer’s workplaces in a location where it is likely to come to the att…

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Published on: 28 Jul 2015 By

The Right to Physician-Assisted Suicide – Carter v. Canada, 2015 SCC 5

Introduction In February 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada released this landmark decision holding that it violates Charter rights to deny access to physician-assisted suicide to a competent adult person, who clearly consents to the termination of their life in the face of a grievous and irr…

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