Page Content Order by dateOrder by relevance Senate Passes Historic Cannabis Legislation Putting End to 95 Year ProhibitionJune 21, 2018 - The bill will next receive Royal Assent before coming into force via an order in council in the coming eight to 12 weeks. Québec Superior Court Affirms Ignorance of the Law Does Not Delay Class Action Prescription PeriodJune 21, 2018 - Segalovich v. C.S.T. Consultants Inc. Canada’s Historic Bill C-45 Breaks Ground for the Cannabis Industry June 21, 2018 - Canada’s Senate passed a historic bill – Bill C-45 – making Canada the second country in the world and the first G7 nation to legalize and federally regulate commercial production and sale of cannabis outside of medical use. Time Limit for Filing a Complaint of Psychological Harassment Increased from 90 Days to Two YearsJune 20, 2018 - On June 12, 2018, the National Assembly unanimously adopted Bill 176 entitled An Act to amend the Act respecting labour standards and other legislative provisions mainly to facilitate family-work balance. Who’s in the Class? Court Orders Limited Pre-Certification Production of Documents Relating to Size and Scope of ClassJune 20, 2018 - CSA Provides Guidance on Securities Law Implications for Token OfferingsJune 20, 2018 - Staff Notice 46-308 provides additional guidance on the applicability of securities laws to offerings of coins and tokens, including those commonly referred to as “utility tokens.” Three BLG partners recognized at 2018 Lexpert® Zenith AwardsJune 20, 2018 - Cynthia Clarke, Subrata Bhattacharjee and Mathieu Piché-Messier are recipients of the 2018 Lexpert® Zenith Awards. BLG to Counsel Alberta Government on Solar Procurement StrategyJune 20, 2018 An End to Ontario’s Cap-and-Trade ProgramJune 19, 2018 - On June 15, 2018, Ontario Premier-designate Doug Ford announced that following the swearing-in of his government, his cabinet's first act will be to cancel Ontario's cap-and-trade program. BLG Successfully Represents Law Society of Ontario in Trinity Western University SCC CaseJune 15, 2018 - Supreme Court affirms the Law Society may consider the admissions policy of TWU in denying accreditation of its proposed law school.