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What Exemptions are there to the Age Discrimination laws in Ontario?

Is the government exempt from anti discrimination legislation Broadly speaking, the government (in Canada, the executive power vested in Her Majesty the Queen) is not subject to any law unless the ...
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Forfeiture/Expiration of refund amount after service termination

No Canada and all Provinces/Territories, which is likely to be more relevant for a contract dispute, has a Statute of Limitations. Once the limitation period has passed, it is impossible to bring a ...
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Can a testator exercise testamentary freedom using a choice of law clause?

A will is not a contract Choice of law clauses are ineffective in a will: the law that applies is the law that applies. That will generally be some combination of the law where the testator resided at ...
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Does an employee have any responsibility to protect company assets?

Does an employee have any responsibility to protect company assets? Yes. An employee is an agent of their employer and they are obliged to act in the best interests of their employer. It is not in ...
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If a company tells you to commit billing fraud, what might be the consequences for doing so?

What might be the consequences..? (The hypothetical) "you" appears to have commit the offence of fraud, contrary to section 380 of the Criminal Code of Canada: (1) Every one who, by deceit,...
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What would happen if I set up an amateur radio station in Canada without entering Canada?

A little poking around amateur radio sites will find (from the second link): In 1952, Canada and the United States signed a Reciprocal Operating Agreement treaty. In the terms of the agreement, ...
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Can a US citizen visiting Canada as a tourist walk back into the US at any point on the border?

No, you cannot. 19 USC 1459: Except as otherwise authorized by the Secretary, individuals arriving in the United States other than by vessel, vehicle, or aircraft shall— (1) enter the United States ...
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Can a US citizen visiting Canada as a tourist walk back into the US at any point on the border?

No. Crossing the border at a place other than a border checkpoint does not make you deportable if you are a U.S. citizen, but it almost always violates U.S. border control and customs laws, which, for ...
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After getting a visa, can you walk across the US-Canada border whenever you want?

The time of day for legal entry is not restricted, but the manner of entry can be (depends on what yuo mean by "whenever s/he wants") Entry into Canada is subject to the requirements of the ...
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Can a union fire someone for cause?

A union cannot fire an employee (except a person who is an employee of the union), but an employer can. Section 246.1(1) of the Canada Labour Code prohibits a federally regulated employer from taking ...
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