When you participate in an organized sporting event or adventure activity, you will usually be asked to sign a waiver of liability. Waivers are commonplace in these situations, and it… Read MoreTweetShareEmailComment
During the COVID-19 pandemic several generally standard aspects of tax and estates law have changed. This article provides an overview of how changes in the operations of the Canada Revenue… Read MoreTweetShareEmailComment
This is a summary of a earlier outline on the foreign worker landscape during COVID-19. See article here. Because of the ongoing challenges surrounding COVID-19, the application of the general… Read MoreTweetShareEmailComment
中文版 With its generally ‘open’ immigration policies and potentially untapped markets, Canada may increasingly look like an attractive place to relocate or start a business. Canada’s immigration policies are broadly… Read MoreTweetShareEmailComment
The Business Corporations Act (British Columbia) (the “BCBCA”) generally requires a BC company to hold its first annual general meeting (an “AGM”) not more than 18 months after the date… Read MoreTweetShareEmailComment
The first article in this series discussed practical considerations for updates to wills. This second article goes beyond basic wills planning to explain the fundamentals of alter ego and joint… Read MoreTweetShareEmailComment
Due to the economic pressures caused by the COVID-19 crisis, many businesses are struggling to make ends meet. This presents particular challenges for directors of those corporate businesses who must… Read MoreTweetShareEmailComment
All businesses have been impacted, in one form or another, by COVID-19 and the ensuing social and government measures to combat the pandemic. For many, the most significant impact has… Read MoreTweetShareEmailComment
In response to COVID-19, many businesses are adapting to two new realities: social distancing and the shutdown of non-essential services. To mitigate the impacts stemming from COVID-19, and to continue… Read MoreTweetShareEmailComment
Guest Column – Cameron Smith, articling student email@example.com The legislation governing the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (“CEWS”) was enacted on April 11 as part of Bill C-14. This subsidy is the… Read MoreTweetShareEmailComment
On April 21, 2020 the Province of British Columbia issued an order to allow companies, societies, and cooperative associations to hold electronic meetings during the Province’s state of emergency. The order… Read MoreTweetShareEmailComment
Although the primary tax measures addressing the COVID-19 crisis have been implemented by the federal government in Ottawa, each province also has the opportunity to introduce provincial tax measures to… Read MoreTweetShareEmailComment
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