As people around the world protest racism and injustice, Partner Konata Lake shares his thoughts on the importance of honesty and dialogue.
Courts across Canada have limited their operations, and access to the court system, in order to help contain the spread of COVID-19 and protect the health and safety of court users and staff. Organizations should check for the latest information for the applicable court before taking steps in a court proceeding.
Read our team's analysis as they provides an overview of changes to court services, filing deadlines, and limitation periods in respect of civil matters in Ontario, Québec, British Columbia, Alberta, and the federal courts.
In a new discussion paper on a federal GHG offset system, an “umbrella” approach to offset protocols is proposed, which would establish a core set of rules for protocols unlikely to vary across jurisdictions in Canada.
Environment and Climate Change Canada is seeking public comments on the discussion paper until September 4 and plans to hold an information webinar on the topic.
Read our complete overview of the current proposal.
Infrastructure transactions we advised on in 2019 have been recognized at the IJGlobal Americas Awards.
Torys has been named the Alberta Firm of the Year award by IFLR Canada in their annual recognitions.
Partner Omar Wakil discusses changes to the Investment Canada Act that may have an effect on Canada’s pandemic recovery.
Mike Amm spoke with Mining Journal about how consolidation in the industry will spur smaller players to band together.
Partner Cheryl Reicin spoke with the Globe and Mail on the success of the Canadian biotech industry.