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New Vaping Legislation in Saskatchewan

The Government of Saskatchewan is amending The Tobacco Control Act to bring vapour devices and related products in line with the existing tobacco legislation and provide the Government with the authority to restrict the sale of flavoured tobacco and vaping products through future regulations. The primary goal behind the amendments to is to keep vapour products out of the hands of youth. The amendments toThe Tobacco Control Act, contained in Bill No. 182, were given Royal Assent on December 4, 2019. The amendments have not yet come into force, but will come into effect in the spring of 2020.  ..

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Pitfalls for Business and Industry Associations Advertising During the Federal Election

  • Alexander Shalashniy, Kanuka Thuringer LLP
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Legislative Changes in Saskatchewan

Legislative Changes in Saskatchewan ..

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The implementation of the new Saskatchewan Child Support Recalculation Service and its ability to deem income

Silveira v McKay, 2018 SKQB 318 ..

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Court of Appeal addresses limitation periods for builders’ liens

Court of Appeal addresses limitation periods for builders’ liens  ..

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Court of Appeal clarifies privity requirement for trusts under The Builders’ Lien Act

Prestige Commercial Interiors (1992) Ltd. v. Suderman , 2018 SKCA 95  ..

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There is a High Standard of Care for Professionals in Unwritten Contracts

McKay Career Training Inc. v Baker , 2018 SKCA 83  ..

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Interim Order Prevents One Party from Accessing Contractual Damage Compensation until Appeal is Decided

Veolia Water Technologies Inc. v K+S Potash Canada General Partnership , 2018 SKCA 61  ..

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Failure to Comply with Family Law Court Order May Lead to a Charge of Contempt

Keyes v Keyes, 2018 SKQB 191  ..

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SCC Affirms Approach to Jurisdictional Issues in Internet Defamation Cases - Haaretz.com v Goldhar, 2018 SCC 28

In this case, the Supreme Court of Canada was faced with the question of how courts should deal with a defamation claim where material on the internet is “published” in more than one jurisdiction. The concern was the possible assumption of jurisdiction by an unlimited number of forums.  ..

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