As the economy reopens and we get back to work, we need to be proactive in protecting our businesses.
All industries have threats that will affect the success or failure of a business. The Agriculture (“Ag”) industry is no different and some would suggest it has more threats that could affect farmers than a typical manufacturing business.
The COVID-19 pandemic and catastrophic collapse in oil prices have devastated organizations across the country and around the world. Businesses that have never experienced financial difficulties before are suddenly facing all sorts of new and frightening questions.
MNP’s tips and insights to help you plan and get the most from your farm, ranch or agribusiness this fall.
On October 29, 2018, Bill C-86, Budget Implementation Act, 2018, No. 2 was tabled, which includes some important amendments to the Wage Earner Protection Program Act (WEPPA).
Here’s a follow up to 2019 Agricultural Industry Outlook Webinar on the future of the industry.
The question of who pays for the environmental clean-up of a bankrupt company is one that has dogged Canadian insolvency practitioners for years.
According to a recent Supreme Court of Canada decision released on Thursday, January 31, 2019, the assets of insolvent exploration and production companies must go first to reclaiming abandoned wells before paying creditors.
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