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In an employment context, a certain amount of “taking the bad with the good” is necessary for a functional workplace.  It is a rare employee who is never dissatisfied with …

It is not news to anyone that the Toronto real estate market has been at a fever pitch it has never seen before.  Housing prices have sky rocketed, and properties …

As many of you may know Health Canada is holding consultations with a view to the possibility of changing the regulatory procedures surrounding self care products which are more traditionally …

Our managing partner recently wrote a blog about the disparity between the rules governing truth in advertising by advertisers, but the lack of rules governing truth in criticism of those …

Employers must always be cautious about how they handle the delicate situation of terminating an employee, even in situations where it is a probationary employee who is new to the …

Self care products are essentially what we know as cosmetics, natural health products, non-prescription drugs and some foods.  Currently these are classified and regulated in Canada by virtue of definitions …

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