Ontario’s High Water – Part 1
High water in Ontario is becoming the norm. Two of the last four years have brought devastating floods to different regions of Ontario. Our system of lakes and rivers is overloaded and the largest indications of that are the water...Read More
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
After the Flood: What to do When Dealing with Flood Damages
As Ottawa grapples with the long-term impacts of climate change and extreme weather events, property owners living on or near a floodplain will need advice on what to do and where to turn to for support. This blog does not...Read More
Are Licensed Insolvency Trustees Liable for Complying with Environmental Cleanup Orders?
The recent decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in Orphan Well Association v. Grant Thornton Ltd., 2019 SCC 5 clarified the extent of a licensed insolvency trustee's obligation when it comes to environmental cleanup obligations at least in the...Read More