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Progress for women on boards, less for Indigenous, minorities and those with disabilities: Osler

Progress for women on boards, less for Indigenous, minorities and those with disabilities: Osler

Seventh annual report looks at diversity disclosure at TSX-listed firms and those governed by CBCA

Canada looks to strengthen presence at UN through treaty bodies

Canada looks to strengthen presence at UN through treaty bodies

Human Rights Committee member Marcia Kran calls her participation even 'more important now'

Indigenous peoples must be heard on environmental, social and governance issues: lawyer Naomi Sayers

Indigenous peoples must be heard on environmental, social and governance issues: lawyer Naomi Sayers

Consideration of ESG risks is needed on infrastructure projects that affect Indigenous communities

Manitoba opens consultation on proposed new licence category for third-party delivery companies

Manitoba opens consultation on proposed new licence category for third-party delivery companies

Planned changes aim to improve capacity to protect minors

Refugee lawyers urge key immigration issues to be prioritized in next parliamentary session

Refugee lawyers urge key immigration issues to be prioritized in next parliamentary session

Association wants COVID-19 restrictions modified for refugee claimants at U.S.-Canada border

Saskatchewan's legislation ensuring prompt payment to contractors to take effect next year

Saskatchewan's legislation ensuring prompt payment to contractors to take effect next year

Changes will introduce adjudication process for pursuing interim resolution for disputed payments