The Canadian Securities Administrators, representing 13 provincial and territorial regulators, released a notice providing guidance in which they warned publicly traded LPs against withholding conflicts of financial interest in companies they acquire and sell.
Financial Post, MJ Biz Daily
- Regulators warned they had witnessed cases in which “corporate governance related disclosures were deficient,” meaning some buyers and sellers had not disclosed their financial interests in mergers and acquisitions. The CSA declined to comment on specific cases.
MarketWatch, Globe and Mail
- LPs can’t just throw solid cannabis plant waste—or, in the case of CannTrust, $77M in unlicensed product—in their municipal compost bins. The various ways they can get rid of such waste each have their pros and cons.
- Four in 10 managers believe they don’t have a duty to accommodate MED use, while 73% believe they can drug-test employees if the CEO approves. Meanwhile, three in 10 workers believe they can automatically consume MED on the job if they’ve disclosed they have a MED license. They’re all wrong.
Canadian HR Reporter