Failure to Disclose Available Ground Condition Reports – A Costly Error
by Daryl A. Chicoine
Unforeseen soil and ground conditions are a common source of dispute between contractors, owners and the engineers retained by owners to prepare tender documents. A recent decision out of Saskatchewan reiterates the importance of full disclosure of available soil condition data to contractor bidders.
Part 4: Employers, Prepare for Immigration Canada’s Expanded Investigative Powers
by R. Reis Pagtakhan
Learn about the scenarios where you can be investigated by Immigration Canada or searched without a warrant. If investigated, you will be required to cooperate with government officers from helping with photocopies to answering questions. Employers found to be non-compliant will be denied work permits for two years and added to the immigration blacklist.