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5 hours ago The Competition Act prohibits false or misleading representations, to the public, as to the ordinary selling price of a product, in any form whatever. Under the Act, the ordinary selling price is determined by using one of two tests: either a substantial volume of the product was sold at that price or a higher price, within a reasonable period of time (volume test); or the product was …

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5 hours ago CANADA-WIDE. Federal tax changes . The basic amount most Canadians can earn tax-free is going up on Jan. 1, to $13,229. The increase is being phased in over four years until it reaches $15,000 in

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5 hours ago Important Canadian Laws The Canada Guide

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7 hours ago Canada is a nation governed by laws, and the Canadian legal system is the means through which those laws are written, organized, enforced, and interpreted. As a country founded by England, the fundamental principles of Canadian law are not terribly different from those governing the legal system of Great Britain, the United States, or any other

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8 hours ago Canada: Public Procurement Laws and Regulations. 2021. ICLG - Public Procurement Laws and Regulations - covers common issues including application of the law to entities and contracts, award procedures, exclusions and exemptions, remedies, privatisations and PPPs - in 19 jurisdictions.

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1. Laws are rules made by government that forbid certain actions and are enforced by the courts. Laws apply to everyone equally. If you break a law, you may have to pay a fine, pay for the damage you have done, or go to jail. Imagine the chaos – and the danger – if there were no laws. The strongest people would be in control and people would live in fear. Drivers could choose which side of the street to drive on and no one could stop them. Imagine trying to buy and sell goods if no one had to keep promises. Or trying to hold onto your personal property or even to keep yourself safe if there were no laws against robbery or assault. Even in a well-ordered society, people disagree, and conflicts arise. The law provides a way to resolve disputes peacefully. If two people claim the same piece of property, rather than fight they turn to the law. The courts can decide who the real owner is and how to protect the owner's rights. Laws help to ensure a safe and peaceful society. The Canadian leg...

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4 hours ago A law called the Consumer Protection Act says that Quebec merchants must follow several rules when they post the price of products they offer consumers. First, they must follow rules on labelling products and posting prices. This means that they must post the price of all the products they offer consumers. They must also follow […]

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8 hours ago Scanner price accuracy policy states –. -if the correct price is $10 or less, the product is free. -if the correct price is higher than $10, …

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9 hours ago If you want to know what price-matching is all about – and how it works – check out our ultimate guide on price matching in Canada. Here’s a price match policy compilation of major Canadian retailers – all in one place. Bonus: Get this 1.5 page summary of 21 Canadian retailer price matching policies. Print it. Use it. Anytime, anywhere.

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2 hours ago How Canadian laws apply on the Internet At this time, most provincial and federal legislators in Canada are reluctant to create any new laws that might suggest the Internet is a different legal environment with different rules. Many of the rules and laws that apply to non-Internet situations apply equally to the Internet. That said, governments are constantly broadening the scope of …

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Just Now Justice Laws Website. Welcome to the Justice Laws Website, the online source of the consolidated Acts and regulations of Canada. This website provides access to federal Acts and regulations in both official languages, both language versions being equally authoritative. The consolidations are generally updated every two weeks.

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4 hours ago Pricing & Reimbursement Laws and Regulations 2021 Canada. Pricing & Reimbursement 2021 covers subjects including. 1 Abstract. 2 Market Introduction/Overview. 3 Pharmaceutical Pricing and Reimbursement. 4 Policy Issues that Affect Pricing and Reimbursement. 5 Emerging Trends. 6 Successful Market Access.

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6 hours ago Canada Education Savings Regulations (SOR/2005-151) Canada Emergency Response Benefit Act (S.C. 2020, c. 5, s. 8) Income Support Payment (Excluded Nominal Income) Regulations (SOR/2020-90) Income Support Payment (Number of Weeks) Regulations (SOR/2020-142) Income Support Payment Amount Regulations (SOR/2020-62)

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4 hours ago Over 70 law colleges in Canada offer more than 240 programs, with specializations in civil law, social & legal studies, justice & society, etc. As Canada enforces a dual law system, law colleges in Canada train students to practice at either of the level.There are innumerable reasons to opt for law colleges in Canada.

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9 hours ago give you the good for free if the item costs $10 or less; sell you the good at the price displayed on the shelf and give you a $10 discount if the product costs more than $10. Take the time to check your sales slip before leaving the store. If you notice an error, you can ask to have the policy enforced then and there.

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8 hours ago These laws are the worst! Illustration: Matt Daley. By Sandra Shutt. 02 Feb 2015. Share. There is nothing quite like the silent beauty of snowflakes falling gently to the ground. Until, that is, carloads of snow begin to crash down. It’s a common enough sight in the Great White North, and male Nova Scotians should pack a shovel in their

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7 hours ago Each ticket must have a body (for the participant) and a stub (for the organizer) and contain the following: • Ticket body: • License number and name of the licensed company. • Complete data regarding the date, location, and time of the draw. • Description of the prize, including the value. • The full price of the ticket.

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6 hours ago Laws About Social Policy in Canada. Canadian Pension Plan (1965) Canada’s current system of old-age pensions. Canada Labour Code (1972) The legal framework protecting the specific rights and protections enjoyed by Canadians in the workplace, …

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5 hours ago Learn about the current status of canabis (marijuana) laws in Canada, and the work being done to legalize and regulate it Law enforcement information. Reporting, seizure, disposition, cannabis, chemical property, precursors, controlled substances production and safety, medical documents, ethical conduct and advertising rules

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8 hours ago Price Claim Enforcement in Canada The Competition Act contains five provisions dealing specifically with false or misleading price representations: Subsections 74.01(2) and 74.01(3), civil provisions which prohibit the making, or the permitting of the making, of any materially false or misleading representation, to the public, as to the

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9 hours ago Firearms in Canada are federally regulated as outlined in the Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1977.Regulation is largely about licensing and registration of firearms, including air guns with a muzzle velocity of more than 500 ft/s or 150 m/s and muzzle energy greater than 4.2 ft⋅lb or 5.7 J.. Handgun registration became law in 1934, and automatic firearms registration was added in …

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8 hours ago Federal laws of canada. Notes : See coming into force provision and notes, where applicable. Shaded provisions are not in force.

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8 hours ago Drinking Laws That Make No Sense. ISSUE: Minimum On-Premise Drink Prices JURISDICTION: BRITISH COLUMBIA AGENCY: B.C. Liquor Control and Licensing Branch (BC LCLB) POLICY DESCRIPTION: The BC LCLB establishes a minimum drinks price below which the province’s licensed restaurants and bars may not sell to the public.

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3 hours ago Federal laws of canada. Consolidated Regulations. The Justice Laws Website provides an official consolidation, or updated version, of the federal Acts and regulations maintained by the Department of Justice as a convenient way for the public to view the state of the law, without having to carry out research and put together the various amended provisions.

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7 hours ago Definition of Fee Simple Fee Simple meaning or descrpition: the right to exclusive possession and the right to dispose of the land for an indefinite period of time (Source of this concept of Fee Simple: emp.ca/books/281-2)

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7 hours ago The Criminal Code of Canada contains provisions aimed at preventing illegal gambling. Some of these provisions may touch on contests and raffles conducted by businesses. (1) Every one is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years who; (f) disposes of any goods, wares or merchandise by any game

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3 hours ago Canada January 3 2012. As a result of recent amendments to the Competition Act (the “Act”), 1 unilateral minimum advertised pricing programs (“UMAP Programs”) are now permitted in Canada

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3 hours ago The Constitution Act, 1867 assigns powers to the provincial and federal governments. Matters under federal jurisdiction include criminal law, trade and commerce, banking, and immigration. The federal government also has the residual power to make laws necessary for Canada's "peace, order and good government". One of the major areas of provincial jurisdiction is …

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7 hours ago “Smoking is Restricted”: Smoking is restricted in some way in the specified place or category of places. Restrictions could take one of the following forms: (1) smoking is restricted , under the national law, to “smoking rooms”, “smoking areas”, and/or during specified times in the specified place or category of places; (2) under the national law(s), smoking is restricted or

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5 hours ago Be sure to review the law or contact the state director for more information. Other Resources For further information and listing of states and the various laws and regulations they adopt (weights and measures law, unit pricing, price verification), you may visit NIST Handbook 130 , Uniformity of Laws and Regulations.

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4 hours ago 12. CASL (anti-spam law): If using electronic communication for a contest (e.g., e-mail follow-ups, post-contest electronic marketing, contests run in conjunction with electronic surveys, etc.) consider whether Canada’s anti-spam law applies and tailor the contest to comply with CASL’s consent, ID and unsubscribe requirements.

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1 hours ago A Petrolia city rep says this unusual law simply aims to limit excessive noise between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m., but according to Article 3, 772.3.6 on the town’s website, “Yelling, shouting, hooting, whistling or singing is prohibited at all times.”. Keep your enthusiasm to yourself, folks. Check out these 13 Strange U.S. Laws Canadians Should

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1 hours ago The bill of rights outlines how the Consumer Protection Act: ensures consumers are informed about products, services and transactions. keeps consumers safe from unfair business practices. gives access to a remedy when harmed. ensures consumers have a right to protect their interests. The marketplace thrives when business and consumers have

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3 hours ago Situation in Canada. COVID-19 cases, vaccines, limiting the spread. Summary data about travellers, testing and compliance.

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8 hours ago Admissions is based fifty percent on the LSAT and fifty percent on academics. The personal statement may also be considered in a holistic review. The personal statement, especially Part B, in conjunction with GPA and LSAT score and other pertinent information, will be used to determine who gets an entrance scholarship.

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8 hours ago The NAFTA Binational Panel found that the sale of U.S. twine in Canada at unfairly low prices caused past injury to Canadian twine producers. True Since NAFTA was signed, Mexico has reduced its average applied tariffs on U.S. imports by slightly more than 1%.

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1. 1. Calling of and notice of meetings:Meetings of the board shall be held at such place and time and on such day as the President, Vice President or Secretary or any two directors may determine. Notice of meetings of the board shall be given to each director not less than 48 hours before the time when the meeting is to be held. Each newly-elected board may without notice hold its first meeting for the purposes of organization and the appointment of officers immediately following the meeting of shareholders at which such board is elected. 2. Votes to govern:At all meetings of the board, every question shall be decided by a majority of the votes cast on the question; and in case of an equality of votes, the chair of the meeting (shall/ shall not [indicate one option]) be entitled to a second or casting vote. 3. Interest of directors and officers generally in contracts: No director or officer shall be disqualified by his/her office from contracting with the Corporation nor shall any con...

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1 hours ago Legislation & Rules Show or hide this menu section. Law Society Act By-Laws Rules of Professional Conduct Show or hide this menu section. Complete Rules of Professional Conduct Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Amendment History

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6 hours ago US and EU Competition Law: A Comparison ELEANOR M. FOX On the surface, there appears to be much in common between competi-tion law in the United States and competition law in the European Union. Article 85 of the Treaty of Rome,1 which prohibits agreements that dis-tort competition and, accordingly, agreements that fix prices, is roughly

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6 hours ago 15 Universities offering Law degrees and courses. Plan your studies abroad now.

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8 hours ago There are many clinics out there to help you get your Health Canada legal grow license; some are fantastic, others not so much. Some charge a fortune, others are low-cost or free. Beware the low-cost and free clinics as they typically sell your personal information to …

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1. Pet Rats. Did you know that it's illegal to have pet rats in Alberta? In Port Coquitlam, you can keep no more than 4 pet rats at a time. Makes you wonder what rat-catastrophe happened for this law to be in place!
2. Quiet in Ontario. It is illegal to whistle in Petrolia, Ontario. Yes, you read that right! That doesn't mean you'll be chased by a SWAT team while whistling the tune of your favorite song walking down the street.
3. Coin Control. One of the weirdest illegal things in Canada is to pay for purchases with a lot of coins. You are only allowed, by Canadian law, to use a maximum of 25 loonies (The Canadian dollar coin) and only 5 coins of 25 cents.
4. Parrot Noise. If you own a parrot in Oak Bay, you could get fined $100 if it talks too loudly. Someone must've had a very loud parrot if they had to make a law about it!
5. Big Snowmen. Well, it seems like someone must have had something against having snow fun because there's an actual law saying you can't have a snowman that is higher than 30 inches.
6. Painting. It is against the law to paint a wooden ladder in Alberta. Meanwhile, Ottawa apparently has something against the color purple since it is illegal to paint your house and garage doors in it!
7. The Climb. Oshawa has a law that bans climbing trees, the local law states, "No person shall interfere with a tree or part of a tree located on municipal property, including but not limited to attaching, affixing or placing upon in any manner any object or thing to a tree or part of a tree, and climbing the tree."
8. No Ice Cream on Sundays. It is illegal to eat ice cream on Bank street in Ottawa on Sunday. Any other day is good, just keep it indoors on Sunday.
9. Slow Down the Wi-Fi. Uxbridge, Ontario has a law that forbids having Wi-Fi connection faster than 56K.
10. No Reptiles in Public. It is against Fredericton, New Brunswick law to 'wear' a snake in public or carry a pet lizard. You'll have to get a fake snake if you're planning to re-create that iconic Britney Spears' performance.

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6 hours ago Ontario PC government pauses Liberal laws including ticket resale price caps Shawn Jeffords The Canadian Press Published Wednesday, July 4, 2018 11:39AM EDT Last Updated Wednesday, July 4, 2018 7

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4 hours ago Answer (1 of 4): It’s hard to draw straight apples to apples comparisons. Canada. luckily, just has “first-tier” law schools where almost all the students pass and go on to get licensed as lawyers. U of T is the most expensive, but it’s also the most selective. It charges about as much as a U.S.

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