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Published on: 2 Apr 2015 By

How well do you understand the recent changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000?

Applying the latest changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (“ESA”) to real-life situations can be complex, even for Employment Standards Officers! A recent blog post by Chris Sinal (New Amendments to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 May Require Employers to Find Themselves Guilty of…

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Published on: 23 Mar 2015 By

Kawartha oil spill cost recovery litigation drags on

City of Kawartha Lakes taxpayers continue to pay heavily for the Ministry of the Environment’s 2009 order, which required the City to cleanup an oil spill that it did not cause. While everyone agreed that the City was an innocent victim of the spill, the Ministry saddled the City with $471,6…

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Published on: 9 Mar 2015 By

Environmental Tribunal rejects two more anti-wind appeals

The Ontario Environmental Review Tribunal has rejected two more anti-wind appeals, Cham Shan Temple v. Director, Ministry of the Environment (13-140) and County of Lambton v. Director, Ministry of the Environment (14-065). Citing the Divisional Court decisions in Dixon v Director, the Tribun…

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Published on: 5 Mar 2015 By

Litigation Perils: Winning the battle, but losing the war!

Litigation is expensive, time-consuming, unpleasant and risky for everyone involved. Outcomes are hard to predict, as too are the fees and time that parties will spend either pursuing or defending a claim. Let’s not even talk about the potential reputational damage if litigation becomes publ…

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