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Julia Tikhonova

Recent Publications

20Jun
2022
Newsletter

Newsletter Volume 33, Number 2 - LGMA Conference Issue

In this LGMA conference issue:Recitals ≠ Reasons - Barry WilliamsonBuilding Permit Requires Tenant in Common's Consent - Elizabeth...

05Apr
2022
Client Bulletins

Province Releases DRIPA Action Plan: Implications for Local Governments

On March 30, 2022, the Province released its highly-anticipated Action Plan for implementing the Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous...

14Mar
2022
Newsletter

Newsletter Volume 33, Number 1

In this issue: Let's Talk About Tax Sales - Michael Moll & Elizabeth AndersonRecent Decisions on Employers COVID-19 Vaccination...

25Nov
2021
Seminar Papers

Indigenous Relations: Challenges, Possibilities, and the Future of Collaborative Governance

On June 3, 2021, the federal government passed Bill C-5, making September 30th a federal statutory holiday known as the National Day for...

19Nov
2021
Client Bulletins

Enforceability of mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policies: Guidance from recent decisions

Many employers, including governments and governmental organizations, have implemented mandatory vaccine policies for their employees....

08Nov
2021
Client Bulletins

Bill Buholzer and Julia Tikhonova published in International Municipal Lawyer Journal

The International Municipal Lawyer journal recently published an article written by Bill Buholzer and Julia Tikhonova. In their article,...

13Sep
2021
Newsletter

Newsletter Volume 32, Number 3 - UBCM Conference Issue

In this UBCM Conference issue:Conflict of Interest or Community of Interest? Court Interprets the "Electors Generally" Exception - Julia...

21Jul
2021
Client Bulletins

BC Human Rights Commissioner Issues Guidance on Proof of Vaccination Requirements

As COVID-19 vaccination rates continue to increase and BC has entered Step 3 of its re-start plan, the BC Human Rights Commissioner has...

06Jul
2021
Client Bulletins

Phase 3 Restart – Transitioning Away from COVID-19 Safety Plans

As part of Step 3 of BC’s Restart Plan, employers are being encouraged to begin transitioning from COVID-19 Safety Plans to developing...

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