2022 Amendments to the Harmonized System in Canada
December 22, 2021
George W.H. Reid and Mitchel Dorbyk summarize the amendments to the Harmonized System in Canada, explain why these changes were made and identify potential compliance issues arising from these amendments in Taxnet Pro's December 2021 Customs & International Trade Newsletter.
Bennett Jones on Tax Disputes - December 2021
December 21, 2021
The 17th edition of Bennett Jones on Tax Disputes, published on Taxnet Pro by Thomson Reuters, includes updates, summaries of cases of note and cases under appeal.
Prompt Payment Legislation and AFP Projects in Alberta
November 16, 2021
Geoff Stenger, Jason Roth, Evan Hall and Parker Mckibbon write in Alberta Heavy on the impact of prompt payment and adjudication legislation on alternative financing and procurement (AFP) projects in Alberta.
Canada and the Digitalization of Money
October 21, 2021
Canada and the Digitalization of Money is a report of a virtual conference of international and Canadian experts, organized by Bennett Jones and the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) and held on August 25, 2021.
Digital Money Is An Opportunity for Canada—If We Seize It
October 21, 2021
David Dodge and Robert Fay, managing director of digital economy at the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI), write in the Globe and Mail on three essential steps that Canada must take to fully harness the digitalization of money.
Ermineskin Decision: A Novel Twist on the Duty to Consult
October 20, 2021
David Bursey and Deirdre Sheehan write in Canadian Mining Journal on how the recent Federal Court decision in the Ermineskin Cree Nation v Canada case added a new twist to the Crown’s duty to consult with Indigenous nations.
Bennett Jones on Tax Disputes - July 2021
July 12, 2021
The 15th edition of Bennett Jones on Tax Disputes, published on Taxnet Pro by Thomson Reuters, includes articles on (1) Rule 147 of the Tax Court of Canada Rules (General Procedure) and its permits regarding the allocation of additional costs in any proceeding; and (2) a notice from the Tax Court of Canada regarding the cancellation of all in-person sittings between August 16 and September 10, 2021.
Radha Curpen and Greg D'Avignon on ESG in B.C.
July 08, 2021
Radha Curpen and Greg D'Avignon co-author ESG in B.C. – An opportunity for a sustainable economy, a look at how if governments can work collaboratively with business to create and support the right conditions and policies, the province can attract ESG-driven investment, create good jobs and grow a more prosperous, inclusive and productive B.C.