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On March 6, the Québec Court of Appeal rendered an important judgment regarding the disclosure of reports of claims adjusters and investigation agencies to the insured.
The April 30th deadline for submitting an application for review of assessments for the 2012 roll (2012-2013-2014) is fast approaching.
The explosion of financial scandals in the late 1990s and the early 2000s, followed by the onset of the financial crisis, has led to increased scrutiny by regulators and self-regulatory bodies in the financial sector, and to the adoption of new laws and regulations.
As at the time of writing this article, the dots are not all yet connected for the launching of the Quebec government’s bold and ambitious Plan Nord. The Société du Plan Nord, a Crown corporation that will be a key player in determining infrastructure priorities, has still to be created, and not all the political players on whom the viability of the project depends are currently on board. As the months go by, the rules are firming up but at the same time becoming more complex.