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Published on: 13 Jul 2011 By

Temporary Layoffs: A Lesson for Unwary Employers

While watching a professional development webcast for employment lawyers last month, what stuck in my mind was that I needed to blog about temporary layoffs. Why, you ask?  Well, after practicing employment law for the past 12 years, I have come to realize how few employers understand their …

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Published on: 12 Jul 2011 By

Air regulation 419/05 amended for site-specific standards

The Ontario Ministry of the Environment (MOE) has amended Ontario Regulation 419/05: Air Pollution, Local Air Quality to make the process of seeking exceptions to generic criteria less punitive and more useful to businesses. The process has been given a new name, “Site-specific Standard”, an…

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Published on: 29 Jun 2011 By

Wind developers can run transmission lines on roads

On Monday, the Township of Grey Highlands unanimously voted to abandon its planned Divisional Court challenge.  The Township had originally voted to seek judicial review of an Ontario Energy Board decision, allowing wind power developer International Power Corporation to run transmission lin…

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