WeirFoulds is pleased to announce that the firm has once again been recognized in Chambers Canada: Canada’s Leading Lawyers for Business. In the 2022 edition, five of our partners are ranked as […]
On May 5, 2021, the Ontario Divisional Court released its decision in Masters v Claremont Development Corporation, which discusses the Clergy principle, as well as the jurisdiction of the Divisional […]
WeirFoulds is pleased to announce that the firm has once again been recognized in Chambers Canada: Canada’s Leading Lawyers for Business. In the 2019 edition, three of our partners are […]
WeirFoulds LLP is delighted to announce that we have been listed in the Top 10 Ontario Regional Firms feature in the July/August edition of Canadian Lawyer Inhouse magazine as determined […]
WeirFoulds is proud to announce that we have once again been recognized in Chambers Canada: Canada’s Leading Lawyers for Business.
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 […]
Developers and builders working in the GTA know that the process to get projects approved has become more complex, expensive, lengthy and uncertain. Anything that attempts to ease these stresses is a welcome relief.
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.
Municipal governments have broad powers to regulate many aspects of commercial operations, including land use and zoning regulations, business licencing, and billboard and signage regulations. Commercial real estate owners need […]
The City of Toronto (“the City”) recently released a revamped version of its Comprehensive Zoning By-law, which will update land use controls on most properties in the City. Property owners […]
The Ontario Municipal Board made a precedent-setting decision by approving applications for development using the integrated Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) and Planning Act processes. Commonly referred to as […]
Land use development along railway corridors poses a unique set of challenges as it operates within a multi-jurisdictional framework.
A proposed regulation under Ontario’s Green Energy Act, 2009 would require public agencies to report their annual energy consumption and greenhouse gas emission.