The Supreme Court of Canada has interpreted a force majeure clause as a contractual provision that can discharge a party to a contract when an “unexpected event, something beyond reasonable human foresight and skill” makes performance of the contract impossible by a contracting party.
On January 1, 2023, the federal government enacted legislation to prohibit non-Canadians from buying “residential property” in Canada. The Prohibition on the Purchase of Residential Property by Non-Canadians Act, S.C. 2022, c. 10, s.235 will continue to be in effect for two years. What
The #JoyMakerTruck recently concluded its 2022 campaign. Brayden’s initial goal this year was to raise $5000.00 in support of Pelham Cares. This year they raised $7342.20! Congratulations and thank you to Brayden and to the Saplywy family, and thank you to everyone who has
The last Wednesday in September has been designated in Ontario as ‘Rowan’s Law Day’ to help raise awareness about concussion safety. Rowan’s Law is named for Rowan Stringer. Rowan was a high school rugby player from Ottawa who died in 2013 from ‘second impact
Daniel & Partners is pleased to announced that as of July 17th, 2020, our office will be re-opening to the public by appointment only. In accordance with By-law No. 2020-97 passed by the City of St. Catharines on July 13th, we have developed a
The Covid-19 Pandemic has impacted how many organizations, including Community Crew, have been able to provide support to the communities they aim to help. Community Crew, which provides support and nutritious lunches to children throughout Niagara, set a goal of raising $30,000.00 to support