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The Alberta government has indicated that its new Employment Pension Plans Act and supporting regulations will take effect on September 1, 2014.
The legislation was passed in 2012, but the government did not approve the regulations until July 22, 2014. 107 more words
The federal limitation period of six years applies to trademark infringement where the cause of action, including damages, arises otherwise than in a single Province, the Federal Court of Canada has ruled. 90 more words
WILMINGTON, Del. — Nortel Networks Inc, the U.S. unit of defunct Canadian telecom company Nortel Networks Corp, has agreed to pay up to about US$1 billion in interest that has accrued on the US$3.9 billion it owes to its U.S. 333 more words
The Bank of Nova Scotia has reached a proposed settlement in a massive class action that had alleged the bank denied overtime to as many as 15,000 current and former retail branch employees. 638 more words
Monica Kowal, general counsel at the Ontario Securities Commission since 2004, has been appointed vice-chair of the regulator.
She replaces Mary Condon, who will remain a part-time OSC commissioner but has returned to a previous position at Osgoode Hall Law School. 168 more words
Sometime this year, FCT will have contributed almost $300,000 in cash to support Habitat program expansions, including ReStore expansions and the 360 Built Smart Partnership. 21 more words