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    At the outset of the pandemic, the Court ordered a ban on the enforcement of residential evictions tribunal orders. This ban ended on July 31, 2020 and evictions are now enforceable as of August 4, 2020.

    Business valuation haggles, tax complexities, family disagreements, funding challenges, and legal wrangling are the inevitable right of passage when retiring from your business.

    Many tenants and landlords alike have become increasingly concerned about the changes that the Government of Ontario is proposing to make to the Residential Tenancies Act (“RTA”).

    So you just had your baby, first of all, I salute you, congratulate you, pat you on the back and frankly say “thank you” for showing all of us what real selflessness looks like. You just embarked on a 24/7/365 day job that doesn’t end but is OH so worth it. I can't speak from experience but I’ve been told that when the baby arrives, you simply forget all the 9 months of suffering (for some) and wine sacrificing and an enormous capacity to love unlike ever before pours out.

    Under the Residential Tenancies Act (“RTA”), landlords may only evict tenants for certain reasons. However, in a hot rental market, landlords may falsify reasons to evict a tenant, so that the unit may be renovated and re-rented at a much higher price. This is known as a “renoviction”.

    Your business will overcome the waves and spikes of Covid-19, with a business continuity plan. The ultimate goal of the plan is to save your business and preserve the wealth you have built over these years.

    First, I have to highlight that after losing almost 100lbs, 14 years ago, I still struggle with the desire to run to food for comfort. Sadly, that battle hasn't gone away. And while it's managed well, when really intense events like this come up, I feel strong urges to turn to food for healing. Copious amounts of food.

    Most small businesses we know have made zero to minimal revenues since the lockdown started on March 15. But that has not stopped our obligations to pay rent, wages, utilities, and amounts owing to suppliers. Fortunately, the government is rolling out its plan to gradually reopen the economy. I emphasize gradual because the experts anticipate a vaccine in 18 to 24 months. So normal as we know it, and by extension, the revenue we have grown accustomed to, will likely not return until then. Which leads us to today’s question: How do I manage with less money?

    On Monday, May 4 at 12:01 a.m., the Ontario government reopened a large portion of the construction industry. However, in order to resume construction, contractors must comply with strict public health measures and operate safely during the COVID-19 outbreak. This article takes a look at how your residential construction project may be impacted going forward.

    A concerning impact of COVID-19 is the impact on child access arrangements. Naturally, parents have their children’s best interests in mind, and this extends to minimizing the possibility that children will be exposed to the COVID-19 virus. In a nuclear family, ensuring minimal contact with the virus would require keeping children at home. But this solution is more complicated for families where biological parents are living apart.

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