Much has changed since we last published Doing Business in Canada in 2011. Canada enacted what may be the most comprehensive spam law in the world. The Supreme Court handed down the historic Tsilhqot’in decision, formally declaring for the first time in any court that Aboriginal land title exists. New Brunswick and Saskatchewan joined British Columbia and Ontario in the federal government’s Cooperative Capital Markets Regulatory System, inching Canada closer to a single national securities regulator.
Successfully expanding into the Canadian market means understanding the country’s changing business and legal landscape. Our guide to Doing Business in Canada, complete with new chapters on Aboriginal law and risk management, can help you do just that.
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP