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Maintaining your Corporate Law Records

1st June 2020

In order to operate your business under an incorporation, it is necessary to maintain your corporate records on an ongoing basis.  If you fail to maintain accurate and up to date corporate records, government fines can result for both the company and the director/officer.  Below is an overview of information that should be updated/maintained on…

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Launching your (Legally Compliant) E-Commerce Platform

19th May 2020

For the last few years, brick and mortar retail locations has slowly seen a decline in prominence. As such, brands have gravitated towards e-commerce as either their primary retail platform or as a compliment to their brick and mortar retail presence. Now with government’s mandating work from home to quell the tide of Covid 19,…

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Contracts 101

19th May 2020

When building your business, you can’t do everything alone.  You need business partners, employees, contractors, third party service providers, brand ambassadors, retailers.  The list goes on.  It literally takes a village to bring your business from concept through to the marketplace.  Each one of these relationships entails a transaction: services to be supplied in exchange…

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Navigating Canada’s $107 Billion Covid 19 Economic Stimulus Package

30th March 2020

The Canadian Federal government has been malleable in its approach to addressing the economic impact of Covid 19, which has meant that there has been a rapid succession of changes to the government funding available to address the economic impact of Covid 19.  It also means that it is possible that this stimulus package may…

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The Intertwine of Consumer and Corporate Social Responsibility during Covid 19

29th March 2020

In today’s Covid 19 environment, an interesting shift is emerging, bringing a heightened sense of consumer awareness. Consumers are carefully watching how companies are pivoting during this time. Some businesses are applauded and some are (rightfully) denigrated. When this time of social distancing passes (and it will), consumers will remember how your business acted and…

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No Force Majeure in your Contract? You may have options

23rd March 2020

By Ashlee Froese | 23rd March 2020 A few weeks ago, we discussed the relevance of force majeure clauses in contracts during the Covid 19 crisis. (A force majeure clause can allow for non-performance on contractual obligations to be excused without penalty.) You can read the article here. But what if you don’t have a…

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Insurance Policy Protection and Covid 19

22nd March 2020

With a number of provinces declaring a provincial state of emergency and, as of March 22, 2020, the Federal government examining the Emergencies Act (but not yet enacting it), it is clear that we are in exceptional times.  Businesses opt into insurance policies to guard against the impact of exceptional times.  We always hope that…

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Canada’s Government and Banks Acts to Support its Economy during Coronavirus

18th March 2020

Last week the Canadian Federal Government issued its first significant investment into fighting the effects of Coronavirus. It totalled $1 billion, which targeted investments into our health care system. Read our summary here. Last week, Trudeau insinuated that this would be the first installment and that we should stay tuned for their additional financial package…

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Canada’s Response to Coronavirus

12th March 2020

With the World Health Organization’s proclamation that the Coronavirus is a global pandemic, there is the realization that the Coronavirus is a significant (!) global issue that is having impact beyond the immediate health concerns.  There is concern that there could be a serious economic impact.  To that end, the Canadian government issued its policy…

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Coronavirus: Triggering the World’s Force Majeure

9th March 2020

We are now starting to understand the global impact of Coronavirus and that it goes well beyond health issues. Its impact is reverberating throughout the global economy. Factories, cities and, literally, countries have been shut down. With the vast number of consumer goods companies relying on Chinese manufactured goods, the global supply chain is rife…

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