Charities and other not-for-profits involved in lobbying and other political advocacy must comply with evolving laws governing these activities. Even amidst the COVID-19 crisis, the landscape continues to shift.
On October 25, the Government of Canada tabled significant amendments to the Official Languages (Communications with and Services to the Public) Regulations. As discussed previously, this regulatory overhaul stems from commitments made in the 2018 federal budget plan to improve access to services offered in the language of the official minority by federal institutions from coast to coast.
The decision in JAG Worldwide v. Lakeside Produce demonstrates that Ontario courts continue to reaffirm the importance of respecting parties’ decisions to arbitrate their disputes, and adhere to the strict limitations of their ability to review international arbitration awards.