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

Not only can reading Bill 106 feel like traipsing through a muddy stream on a rainy day, it can also feel like having to dive back into that stream once you have finally escaped.  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 explained how its formatting affects its reading. In this Part 3, we explain how the Bill sometimes turns in on itself.     Read the article………


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