How to Deal with Carbon Pricing
The federal carbon pricing regime will soon apply in more provinces across the country than it does not. Surely not a scenario envisioned or desired by the federal government but nonetheless the regime is alive in Ontario and will start...Read More
When is it too late to sue for debt owing on multiple issued invoices?
Every day businesses engage with other businesses for the provision of services. Typically, the service-provider will issue multiple invoices throughout the duration of the contract. Sometimes, however, not all of the invoices get paid. When is it too late to...Read More
Rising Environmental Compliance Costs – Roxie Graystone interviewed for Ottawa Construction News
"Are general contractors, skilled trades and suppliers in Ottawa aware of the legal risks and challenges of currently evolving environmental issues and legislation?" Construction and environmental lawyer Roxie Graystone spoke with Ottawa Construction News this month regarding climate-related regulatory compliance...Read More
Ontario’s New Prompt Payment Regime
As of October 2019, typical practices and procedures for payments in the construction industry in Ontario will drastically change. Is anyone really ready? With the amendments creating the Construction Act comes a 'prompt payment' regime for Ontario. By regulating construction...Read More