A woman from Calgary went to Canadian Tire and while she was there, a hot dog stand's umbrella fell over. The umbrella hit the woman unexpectedly, and a lawsuit she has just filed says that she suffered numerous injuries all over her body, from her head to her hands and feet. It also claims she is dealing with dizziness, memory loss, anxiety, depression, nervousness, a concussion and chronic migraines.
One of the most important things to know about an appeal is that there is a timeline that has to be followed in Alberta. If you do not adhere to this, even innocently, you may not be able to file an appeal.
A lot of conflicts with commercial leases in Canada arise simply because there is miscommunication between the two parties. Either the landlord or the tenant may assume that the lease includes things that are not actually addressed or they may not take the time to really consider all of the stipulations of said lease before signing. To avoid this, keep the following things in mind:
Both Edmonton and Calgary are working on drafting city charters. Neither one has yet been completed or released to the public. However, they are expected to address things like taxes in the city, fees that must be paid, and rules that corporations are going to have to follow. As a result, some of the developers and contractors are beginning to wonder about the specifics and how they could impact future projects.