Being investigated by the Children’s Aid Society (“CAS”) can be an invasive and hurtful process, especially if that investigation is unfounded and results in the improper removal of children from a parent who maintains a loving caring relationship with their children. Do parents who have been improperly investigated by the CAS have a right to…

Many Ontarians think that car insurance exists simply to cover the cost of property damage when they are involved in an accident. Although this is certainly true, property damage plays a small role in what is a complicated web of coverage. The standard auto insurance policy includes many different coverages. The most prominent of these…

Workers that have been laid off from their position under a fixed term contract of employment before the end date of the contract may be unaware of their rights and entitlements to recover damages or unpaid wages from their former employer. Layoffs related to business reasons are “incompatible with fixed term hiring” and generally cannot…

The idea that a hockey injury caused by rough play may give rise to legal action is likely a foreign concept to most Canadians who grew up around the game. Hockey is an occasionally dangerous sport and is often played by tough competitors. As such, some degree of risk and the potential of injury is…

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