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By Leilani Kagan, Jennifer McRae
From an entrepreneur's perspective…how to prepare and what to expect, exporting experience – opportunities and challenges.
By Scott J. Hoeppner, Jennifer McRae
Join the Pembina Valley Chapter of CPHR Manitoba for this informative workshop and hear from an array of legal professionals on your obligations as an HR professional or employer relating to a variety of issues that occur in the workplace.
By Silvia de Sousa, Catherine Hamilton, Scott Birse, Melissa Beaumont
Dare to Compete is the largest manufacturing conference on the prairies. With more than 300 attendees, 85 companies and participation from front-line supervisors to the C-Suite, the conference has something for everyone.
By Jennifer McRae
On January 24, 2019 Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada ("IRCC") launched a new pilot program called the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (the "RNIP").
By John Stefaniuk
‘Tis the season for new councils and new council members.
By John Stefaniuk
In 2012 the then Government of Canada's Omnibus budget legislation included significant amendments to the environmental assessments and approval provisions of both
By Courtney Weinstein
It is very common for a new business owner to avoid incorporation, in an effort to minimize start-up costs and to enable initial losses to be offset against personal income.
By Melissa Beaumont
Private organizations in Manitoba are now required to comply with the Accessibility Standard For Customer Service.
By Scott Birse
On October 3, 2018, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister announced that Manitoba would no longer include a "carbon tax" in the Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan.
By Colton Hnatiuk, Miranda Grayson, Robin Kersey
On October 17, 2018, the Cannabis Act will legalize recreational cannabis in Canada. Under the new regime, each province will be responsible for regulating the sale and distribution...
By John Stefaniuk
A number of years ago I attended an event at which Irwin Cotler, then Federal Minister of Justice, was the featured speaker.
By Andrew Sain
As discussed in detail in a previous article, the Supreme Court of Canada has held in a trilogy of cases that a covenant to insure in a lease can operate as a bar to legal action to recover for property damage to the leased premises.
By Nicholas Woelcke
Condominium projects have become ubiquitous in urban centres across Canada, and Manitoba is no exception.
By Melissa Beaumont
The Accessibility for Manitobans Act strives to achieve accessibility for all Manitobans disabled by a barrier.
By Scott J. Hoeppner
Whether in the playground, at a sporting event or in the workplace, everyone wants to be treated fairly.
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