McCarthy Tétrault’s Doing Business in Canada provides a user-friendly overview of central aspects of the Canadian political and legal systems that are most likely to affect new and established business in Canada. The newest edition reflects legislative changes including:
- Changes to the Competition Act and Investment Act Canada;
- and an updated Mergers and Acquisitions chapter including new rules on takeover bids in Canada.
General guidance is included throughout the publication on a broad range of discussions. We also recommend that you seek the advice of one of our lawyers for any specific legal aspects of your proposed investment or activity.… Continue Reading
The past few years have presented challenging immigration law issues for both temporary foreign workers (“TFW”) and the Canadian companies that employ them. While there has been increased media spotlight on the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (“TFWP”), new layers of regulation have made it more difficult for Canadian employers to source talent overseas, while some employers have difficulty identifying Canadians who possess specific skill sets or are willing to move to work locations in remote parts of the country.
Recent Changes to the TFW Program
Retail employers have arguably been particularly hard hit by these measures. … Continue Reading
The Immigration and Refugee Protection Act of Canada and its accompanying regulations primarily govern the way in which foreign nationals are lawfully admitted to Canada for work related purposes.
The following are the most common scenarios where retailers may seek to bring foreigners into Canada:
Whether you are an established Canadian retailer with stores primarily or solely in Canada, or a global company that is contemplating stores in Canada, Canadian immigration law and its effects on your company’s ability to effectively operate are significant in the retail sphere. From obtaining work permits for key personnel to facilitate their entry into … Continue Reading