Navigating the New Bill (Bill 106 – Ontario – Part 1 of 3)

Before we get into discussing Bill 106’s contents and effects in detail, we thought it might help to explain how to read it.
Reading legislation can be challenging at the best of times. Reading a bill like this one, that amends and creates several distinct pieces of legislation, can be like traipsing through a muddy stream on a rainy day. So, in this three-part blog entry, we provide our guide to reading Bill 106. In this Part 1, we discuss the outline and organization of the Bill. Part 2 will explain its formatting and how that affects its reading. Part 3 will talk about some of its other complexities, such as how it sometimes amends not only other legislation but even itself.    Read the article………….


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