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The Ontario Municipal Act, A Comprehensive Guide, 2nd Edition (Print + ProView online)
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With contributions from: Sarah Kim, J.D., M. Sc. (Miller Thomson LLP) This book provides a thorough annotation of the Municipal Act, 2001. Lawyers, administrators, and even professors seeking to quickly determine questions of municipal law will easily find their answers in the pages of this wholly comprehensive publication, as it contains the latest in case law and commentary on the Act, all carefully organized to optimize referencing. Aiming to make an often labyrinthine Act more accessible, especially to non-lawyers and occasional users, the authors examine and then paraphrase every section in the statute. Commentary is available for every section and most subsections, and combines the history and policy behind the Act, with the most recent, leading case law to form the fullest picture of where the legislature and the courts stand on every issue of municipal law. In addition to the careful analysis of the Municipal Act, 2001, the book includes a tab devoted to those distinctions that exist as against the City of Toronto Act, 2006. Again, the authors have detailed and paraphrased any distinguishable sections between the two acts and provided insightful commentary. The publication includes an exhaustive table of contents and an accompanying index, which will assist any researcher who needs their work done properly and on time.

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À propos de l'auteur
M. Virginia MacLean, Q.C., L.S.M. is a certified specialist in municipal law with an emphasis on local government, land use, and planning and development. She currently works as a sole practitioner, representing municipalities, companies, individuals, and associations before administrative tribunals, municipal councils and committees, boards, commissions, and other agencies, and at all levels of court.

Her work has been diverse. After attending the University of Toronto for her Bachelor of Arts and Osgoode Hall for her Bachelor of Laws, Ms. MacLean was called to the bar in 1969. In a career that has spanned more than 40 years, she has moved through both the private and public spheres, beginning at the small general practice of Stratton, Stratton and Byers, before working in both the Business Practices and the Companies Divisions of the Ontario government's Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations. She then directed Legal Services for the Corporation of the City of Mississauga, later on returning to private practice at Cassels Brock and Blackwell LLP, as a partner. To follow, she practised municipal and environmental law at Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP, before finally setting up shop on her own. In 2006 and again in 2010, she was appointed by the Council of the City of Toronto to be a member of the Election Compliance Audit Committee, and conducted hearings under the Municipal Election Act, 1996. From 2008 until 2009, she served as Acting Town Solicitor for the Town of Aurora.

Ms. MacLean is a prolific author, frequently contributing educational materials to the OBA, the LSUC, other CLE providers, and several trade publications, like Municipal World ("Has Anything Really Changed?", April 2004). She has also co-written several major works including A User's Guide to Municipal By-laws and Canadian Forms & Precedents - Land Development.

John Tomlinson, a recently retired Ontario Lawyer, worked as legal counsel for the Ministry of Municipal Affairs from the mid 1970s to the late 1980s where his main responsibilities were to work with legislative counsel to prepare the annual amendments to the old incarnation of the Municipal Act. After a period of 11 years, during which time he served as a member of the Ontario Municipal Board and acted as legal counsel for the Ministry of Education, he began working part-time with the legal services branch at the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, assisting the lawyers there and legislative counsel with, among other things, the drafting of the Municipal Act, 2001 and, subsequently, of Bill 130 (the Municipal Statute Law Amendment Act, 2006).
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