Will the Whitehorse agreement on interprovincial trade turn out to be truly ‘groundbreaking’? Or will a constitutional reference at the Supreme Court of Canada come along that takes down provincial regimes?
Ruling overturns lower court decision requiring shareholder vote for acquiring company
Commercial real estate as a practice area has radically changed in recent years, as insatiable demand for downtown living ushers in a new wave of mixed-used developments.
Treaties drafted to protect Canadian investors from erratic regimes are now backfiring, as investors abroad, like Wind Mobile’s former Egyptian backer, take aim at Canada’s ‘cultural protectionism.’
Federal court sets aside Cabinet order requiring Chinese investor to divest control of Canadian business