The BC Supreme Court recently reminded employers of the potential consequences of improperly handling a termination for just cause.
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In the recent decision of Mouvement laique québécois and Alain Simoneau v. City of Saguenay and Jean Tremblay, 2015 SCC 16, the Supreme Court of Canada set out a clear case for separating church and state when it comes to local government meetings.
The federal government’s Budget 2015, introduced April 21, 2015, proposed an exemption that will offer some relief to non-resident employers with respect to withholding taxes on amounts paid to non-resident employees working in Canada.
The 2015 Federal Budget contains measures that will extend the exemption of capital gains to proceeds of sales of real estate and private companies.
Bill 3, 2015: Building Act (the “Building Act”), which received Royal Assent on March 25, 2015, provides long-promised changes to the building regulatory system in BC.
An employee has left your organization. What can you say?
The new Societies Act will receive first reading at the BC Legislature today.
We are often asked by our clients why it is important to register a trademark.