September 23, 2020

“Doing Business in Canada”


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doing-business-in-canada_1“Doing Business in Canada” By Osler From Corporate Counsel

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” – Benjamin Franklin

Doing Business in Canada, now revised and updated, helps you prepare with an overview of Canada’s economic framework and key business legislation.

The erudite American founding father certainly had an ear for common sense. It seems so rudimentary, how could a business person not prepare in advance of a new venture in a foreign country? Indeed most do prepare. And over the years many business executives, counsellors and potential investors have turned to Osler’s Doing Business in Canada as part of that preparation.

Just revised and updated, the 2014 edition offers much new information. Since the last publication, many developments have taken place in Canada, from market developments in the regulatory environment, to the enforcement of the new anti-spam legislation, and increased recognition of the significance and impact of Aboriginal interests particularly in matters with regard to resource development.

Written in a forthright and easily digestible prose, informative and actionable, Doing Business in Canada is an excellent and thorough introduction to anyone contemplating or already engaged in business in Canada.

The guide is free and available for download.

Highlights from Doing Business in Canada

An Introduction to Canada’s Tax System

Regulation of Foreign Investment in Canada

Competition Law in Canada

Employment and Labour Law in Canada

Temporary Business Visits, Executive Transfers and Permanent Relocations

Privacy Law in Canada

Regulatory Environment and Risk Management

Download Now at:

Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP |

100 King Street West, 1 First Canadian Place, Suite 6300 Toronto, ON M5X 1B8


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