We are delighted to congratulate Lou Cusano in taking on his new role leading our Calgary office.
The saga of Trinity Western University’s proposed law school raised hard questions around freedom of religion. Is religious freedom an inherently individualistic right, or do religious communities also have rights that need to be respected? What happens when legitimate rights of freedom of religion and equality collide? How should they be balanced?
The Supreme Court of Canada’s decision addressing these issues shows there are no easy answers. Our lawyers dissect the topics in this insightful piece.
Licenced cannabis producers should consider intellectual property considerations as Canada edges toward legalization.
An injection of federal government funding is set to improve the quality of drinking water on First Nations reserves, however money alone won’t impel a solution, according to our lawyers Mark Bain and Jessica Earle.
The pair penned a piece in the Globe and Mail that talks about what it would take to restructure the approach to water infrastructure management that maintains water quality in the long term and how the private sector might be able to help accelerate recent progress.
Read our lawyer’s take the government’s purchase of the Trans Mountain Pipeline as well as the legalization of recreational cannabis.
Executives and corporate boards should consider a few things to ensure they’re playing an not enabling workplace sexual harassment.
Congratulations to four partners who have again been recognised as top litigators.