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Buying a House: Your Contract Remedies When Things Go Wrong

We have all heard the horror stories.  The new homeowner buys a house and discovers a problem after the title is transferred.  A leaky basement.  A leaky roof.  Pool or hot tub equipment not working.  Septic system has failed and needs to be replaced.  What Read More …

New Standardized Lease Required for Residential Tenancies in Ontario

The Government of Ontario has just released this week a new standardized lease that is now required for residential tenancies starting April 30, 2018. On the Ministry of Housing’s website, the purpose of the standard lease is to use plain language to help: landlords and Read More …

Dealing with Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault in the Workplace

Last week, the Ontario political scene has been rocked by multiple allegations of sexual harassment and sexual assault within the ranks of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario.  This, along with the #metoo movement and the Jian Ghomeshi criminal trials in 2016, women in Ontario Read More …