Counsel advising shareholders of private corporations need to pay careful heed to the Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Frye v. Frye Estate.
Bill 73 – Changes to the Planning Act In March 2015, we reported on the Province’s first reading of Bill 73 Smart Growth for Our Communities Act, 2015 and some […]
WeirFoulds is thrilled to announce that it has taken the top spot in Novae Res Urbis’ (NRU) 17th annual ranking of the GTA’s most prominent planning and development law firms.
The Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (MMAH) has completed its province-wide consultation, which looked at the way development is planned and paid for.
WeirFoulds is thrilled to announce that it has risen to # 3 in Novae Res Urbis’ (NRU) 16th annual ranking of the GTA’s most prominent planning and development law firms, from #6 in 2013.
A Development Permit Sysytem combines the zoning, site plan, and minor variance processes into one application and approval process. Through area-wide studies and community consultation, new development standards and performance […]
WeirFoulds partner Ian J. Lord is quoted in this article.
Toronto property owners with development objectives in mind will want to follow carefully the City of Toronto’s harmonization of pre-amalgamation zoning by-laws.
The Government of Ontario introduced and gave first reading to the Green Energy Act, 2009 on February 23.
On February 23, 2009, the Government of Ontario introduced and gave first reading to the Green Energy Act, 2009 (the “Act”).