Ontario Greenbelt Legislation

by Robert Welch Background When Dalton McGuinty’s Liberals swept into power in the provincial election in 2003 they did so on a platform comprising of a number of planks wrapped up in the slogan “Choose Change”. Land use issues, while not attracting a great amount of attention, were mentioned. The Oak Ridges Moraine north of […] Read More

Human Rights – What Every Employer Should Know

by Leanne E. Standryk The law pertaining to human rights legislation is a matter of public policy in Ontario. It stands for the proposition that people are entitled to be treated equally and with dignity. In the past, human rights issues were typically a very small part of employment/labour law matter. Now, such issues re-define […] Read More

Lawyers as Attorneys

by Gary Black A continuing Power of Attorney for Property designates a person(s) to make decisions for you in the event of your incapacity and is a must for everyone, and particularly for those in the business community. A sudden loss of capacity through an accident or illness could have devastating results for one’s business. […] Read More

Multiple Wills

by Michael Man This article discusses the possibility of separating certain assets into multiple wills for probate tax planning purposes. Read More

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