Navigating the New Bill (Bill 106 – Ontario – Part 2 of 3)

As we mentioned before, reading Bill 106 can feel like traipsing through a muddy stream on a rainy day. In Part 1 of this guide to reading the Bill, we provided an outline of the Bill’s structure and basic contents. In Part 2, we continue by explaining how its formatting affects its reading. Fair warning: It might be difficult to stay awake while you read this, though we have tried to make it as fun as possible.   Read the article………..


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