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In This Issue - Our Top Ten Articles for 2018!

  1. Pushor Mitchell is Again Named One of Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers!
  2. The Women Partners of Pushor Mitchell LLP
  3. Summary of Recent Changes to Workplace Laws in BC
  4. “Intermeddling” in an Estate – Can An Executor Walk Away?
  5. Disinherited
  6. Amendments to BC’s Residential Tenancy Act: What it Means for Property Owners Seeking Exemption from BC’s Proposed Speculation Tax
  7. Pushor Mitchell Associate Jeremy Burgess Heads to Ultimate Championship
  8. BC’s New Database for Beneficial Ownership of Real Estate
  9. Pushor Mitchell Welcomes New Partner Eric Ledding
  10. New Changes Proposed for Canada’s Divorce Act
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1. Pushor Mitchell is Again Named One of Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers!

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Pushor Mitchell is proud to yet again be recognized today as one of Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers for 2018! ...

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2. The Women Partners of Pushor Mitchell LLP

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Pushor Mitchell is the largest B.C. law firm outside of the lower mainland. ...

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3. Summary of Recent Changes to Workplace Laws in BC

by Colin Edstrom

British Columbia has had a new provincial government since July 2017. Over the past 10 months, the John Horgan government has revised or sought to revise various workplace laws. ...

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Colin Edstrom
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4. “Intermeddling” in an Estate – Can An Executor Walk Away?

by Vanessa DeDominicis

The job of Executor is an onerous one. You cannot be forced to take on the job when you are named Executor. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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5. Disinherited

by Vanessa DeDominicis

Unfortunately, spouses separate, children do not get along with their parents and vice versa. ...

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Vanessa DeDominicis
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6. Amendments to BC’s Residential Tenancy Act: What it Means for Property Owners Seeking Exemption from BC’s Proposed Speculation Tax

by Elise Everest

Do you own recreational property in Kelowna or West Kelowna? Thinking of renting it to avoid BC’s proposed speculation tax, but still want to enjoy it yourself for some parts of the year? ...

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Elise Everest
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7. Pushor Mitchell Associate Jeremy Burgess Heads to Ultimate Championship

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

Our very own Jeremy Burgess is heading to the Canadian Ultimate Championships in the mixed division. ...

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8. BC’s New Database for Beneficial Ownership of Real Estate

by Zach Pashley

The 2018 Provincial Budget introduced the government’s 30-Point Plan for Housing Availability in British Columbia. ...

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Zach Pashley
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9. Pushor Mitchell Welcomes New Partner Eric Ledding

by Pushor Mitchell LLP

We are pleased to announced that Eric Ledding has become a Partner in the firm effective January 1, 2018. ...

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10. New Changes Proposed for Canada’s Divorce Act

by Leneigh Bosdet

Bill C-78 was recently introduced into the house of commons proposing some revisions to the federal Divorce Act legislation which has been in place more than 30 years. ...

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Leneigh Bosdet
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