Submissions 2023


Law Society of Ontario

OBA Submission to the Law Society of Ontario re: Continuing Competence Framework

  • January 30, 2022

The OBA provided this submission to the Law Society of Ontario regarding the renewal of their Continuing Competence Framework

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Provincial Government

OBA Submission on the Proposed Amendments to Ontario Regulation 909 of the Pension Benefits Act: Removing Certain Requirements for Administrators of Defined Contribution Pension Plans

  • November 23, 2021

The Ontario Bar Association (“OBA”) appreciates the opportunity to make this submission to the Ministry of Finance (the “Ministry”) in respect of the proposed regulatory amendments to Ontario Regulation 909 (the “Regulation”) under the Pensions Benefits Act (“PBA”).

Provincial Government

Privacy Guidance on Facial Recognition for Police Agencies

  • October 15, 2021

The OBA provided a submission in response to the Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial privacy protection authorities consultation on guidance for police agencies with respect to their use of facial recognition technology.

Constitutional, Civil Liberties and Human Rights Law, Criminal Justice, Child and Youth Law and 2 more..., Privacy Law, Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law