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By Scott J. Hoeppner
Whether in the playground, at a sporting event or in the workplace, everyone wants to be treated fairly.
By Sarah Thomson
Many community-minded people participate in voluntary organizations, such as common interest groups, professional organizations, sports leagues and religious organizations.
By John Stefaniuk
The current Liberal Federal Government is moving full-swing in its promised amendments to the legislation governing the federal environmental assessment process and the environmental...
By B Douglas Tait
Whether an organization suffers a cyber incident is no longer a question of "if" but "when" and as such, cyber security is a risk to be managed not solved.
By Danny Spencer
It is common in commercial lease agreements to contain an option for the tenant to continue its occupancy of the premises beyond the initial term.
By Stefan Drew
Buying a business is typically a lengthy and complex process. This article is part of a series of articles that details each step of that process in order to better prepare prospective buyers.
By Bjorn Christianson, Lucy Kinnear
What can you expect? What is probate, what's it going to cost and how long will it take?
By Bjorn Christianson, Lucy Kinnear
A Will is a written document, in which you can state your wishes with respect to your minor children, and your property, money and other assets, to be put into effect upon your death.
By Bjorn Christianson, Lucy Kinnear
Closing costs vary depending on the price of the house and the requirements of your Mortgage lender. Most house purchases involve the following closing costs ...
By Bjorn Christianson
Do you have questions about the Offer to Purchase?
By Terra Welsh, Kristin Kersey
As usual, 2017 was a year filled with interesting labour and employment law developments. What follows are a few of the highlights from a Manitoba perspective.
By B Douglas Tait
Hacks, leaks and cyber attacks dominated the news in 2017. However, while these events were generally driven by the hackers intent to gather information ...
By Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP
In May of 2016, Catherine Metrycki came up with the idea for Callia when one of her friends got promoted and Catherine wanted to send flowers, as a congratulatory gift.
By John Stefaniuk
On November 20, 2017 Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould announced at a public event that the federal government will support Bill C-262, an NDP Private Member's Bill requiring the Government of Canada ...
By Stéphanie Tétreault
Recently, a number of significant and complex proposed changes to Canada's tax legislation were announced, which could result in many privately held corporations becoming redundant.