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Municipal interests trump corporate welfare in safety matters

When public and corporate interests collide, the former will often override the latter —particularly when an element of safety is involved, Toronto civil litigator  ... Read more

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Bicycle safety is a two-way street

Well maintained and regularly serviced bicycle paths and lanes could make it more difficult for people injured while cycling to win suits against the city, says ... Read more

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OCA clears up law around accessory use in municipal bylaws

A recent Court of Appeal decision clarifies that when a zoning bylaw uses the words ‘naturally and normally incidental’ in relation to accessory use, there is no ... Read more

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Homeowners on the hook for clearing snow from sidewalks

Toronto homeowners who don’t regularly clear their sidewalks after a snowfall can be at risk to be found responsible for any accidents that might occur, Toronto litigator ... Read more

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Burden of proof in slip and falls on municipal property

With the ice-and-snow season approaching, Toronto litigator Stefan Rosenbaum says municipalities are bracing for the inevitable round of slip-and-fall claims. Rosenbaum, an ... Read more

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Industrial property upgrades unlikely to boost city taxes

While some councillors have questioned why a multimillion-dollar investment in the Irving Oil refinery generated only a small increase in tax revenues for the city of Saint ... Read more

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