Présentations et mémoires

Aujourdʼhui
Aujourdʼhui

Gouvernement provincial

Proposed New Regulation and Regulation Changes Under the Planning Act, 1990

  • 06 août 2019

The Municipal Law Section of the OBA provided a submission to the provincial government for consideration on the proposed new regulation and regulation changes under the Planning Act, including transition matters, related to Schedule 12 of Bill 108 – the More Homes, More Choice, Act, 2019

Droit municipal

Gouvernement provincial

OBA Submission – Local Planning Appeal Tribunal Act

  • 06 août 2019

he Municipal Law Section of the OBA provided a submission to the provincial government for consideration on the proposed regulations under the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal Act, 2017

Droit municipal

Gouvernement provincial

Submission regarding Bill C-78 and its intersection with Ontario family law

  • 23 juillet 2019

The Ontario Bar Association's Family Law Section has prepared a submission to the Ministry of the Attorney General regarding the recent passage of federal legislation, Bill C-78, and its intersection with family law in Ontario.

Droit des enfants et des jeunes, Droit de la famille

Gouvernement provincial

Comments on a Potential Amendment to the Juries Act

  • 09 avril 2019

This submission is in response to the Ministry of the Attorney General's consultaiton on a proposed amendment to the Juries Act regarding accessibility of juror information. The OBA supports maintaining the privacy standards currently in place but enhancing the security around such privacy.

Litige civil, Justice pénale, Droit des assurances et 1 en plus, Droit de la protection de la vie privée

Gouvernement provincial

Comments on the Proposed Pay Transparency Reporting Requirements

  • 09 avril 2019

This submission is in response to the Ministry of Labour’s consultation on the proposed pay transparency reporting requirements. The OBA provides feedback on capturing compensation differences, calculating gender gaps and the establishment of a clear reporting period.

Association canadienne des conseillers et conseillères juridiques d’entreprises (Section de l’Ontario), Forum des avocates, Droit du travail et de l’emploi et 1 en plus, Orientation et identité sexuelles

Gouvernement provincial

Tribunals Ontario Adjudicator Appointments

  • 27 mars 2019

The OBA writes to the Executive Chair of Tribunals Ontario seeking a meeting and further information on issues and challenges faced by Tribunals Ontario, and the appointment of adjudicators in particular.

Droit administratif, Droit constitutionnel, libertés civiles et droits de la personne, Droit du travail et de l’emploi

Gouvernement provincial

Construction Act: Proposed Amendments to Regulations

  • 18 mars 2019

The OBA appreciates the opportunity to comment on proposed amendments to regulations made under the Construction Act, in particular regulations relating to Procedures, Forms, Adjudications and the General regulation.

Droit de la construction et infrastructure

Autres

Service of Documents by Email

  • 18 mars 2019

The OBA proposes changes to the Rules of Civil Procedure that would permit service by e-mail as a valid method of service for most documents, without a party’s consent, or a court order.

Litige civil, Droit des recours collectifs, Droit des assurances

Gouvernement provincial, Autres

Submission on proposed changes to the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe, 2017

  • 28 février 2019

The Municipal Section has made a submission on proposed changes to the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe, 2017. The submission supports timely, just and cost-efficient decisions, while bringing attention to the need of clairty in policies and process.

Litige civil, Justice pénale, Droit des assurances et 1 en plus, Droit de la protection de la vie privée

Gouvernement provincial

Expanding the Availability of Electronic Beneficiary Designations

  • 04 février 2019

The OBA welcomes the move to expressly permit the use of electronic beneficiary designations for plans governed by the Pension Benefits Act, and encourages it to expressly expand its availability to plans covered by the Succession Law Reform Act.

Elder Law, Droit des fiducies et des successions