Tuesday, 04 July 2017 09:00

Montreal city report

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Montreal city reportLa metropole is experiencing a renaissance and many lawyers are benefitting.
Monday, 03 April 2017 09:00

Halifax city report

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Halifax city reportCollegiality is evident throughout the profession, but competition for work is still fierce.
Monday, 14 November 2016 10:40

Vancouver City Report

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Vancouver City ReportLaw firms are being hit with a flood of legal work as Asian investment continues to grow
Calgary: Resilience of oil town lawyers put to test“It’s hold on to your hat,” says Joe Lougheed. “Don’t get bucked off and look to the future.” That is his straight-from-the-hip assessment about business, and specifically the law business, in Calgary these days.
Lougheed is a partner with Dentons LLP and a member of one of the oldest and most storied families in Alberta.
Saskatoon: Strong economy boosts city's legal professionAlong the north bank of the South Saskatchewan River sits a bronze statue of a preacher and a chief gazing across the river looking at what is today the southeast side of Saskatoon. The monument marks the spot — according to the city’s history — of a meeting in August 1882 between the Dakota Sioux Chief Whitecap and Saskatoon’s founding father John Lake.
St John's: Big-city practice, small town lifestyleLawyers who have not visited St. John’s, NL, in some time will find the view from historic Signal Hill reassuringly familiar. The multi-coloured houses, reminiscent of the painted ladies in San Francisco but distinctively East Coast, continue to dot the landscape. The salt tang from the harbour still lingers in the air, and the pubs that line Duckworth Street, as always, invite you in with infectious laughter.
Monday, 02 March 2015 08:00

Winnipeg: holding steady

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Winnipeg: holding steadyOn a brisk winter morning, with the temperature a mere -20 C and rising, senior litigator Dave Hill had his day and evening mapped out, including a way to beat the elements. After a full day of work, he planned to use the enclosed downtown Skywalk, to walk from his office on Main Street to the nearby MTS Centre to watch the Winnipeg Jets play that night. “I wish we had more tickets,” says Hill, as the arena for the NHL hockey team is routinely sold out.

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