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Does Natural Death Have to be Reasonably Foreseeable for One to Qualify for Medical Assistance in Dying?

By Paul Tonita
I have been following the evolution of medical assistance in dying in Canada since before the Supreme Court of Canada released its reasons for judgment in the Carter decision.

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Do You Have a Company Incorporated Under the Canada Business Corporations Act? If so, You Have New Disclosure Requirements

By Paul Tonita
Categories: Blog, Business Law
As you may be aware, as part of a multinational initiative to combat money laundering and tax evasion, there are new requirements under the Canada Business Corporations Act regarding beneficial ownership of federal corporations.

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What Happens When A Commercial Tenant Does Not Follow the Proper Procedures to Renew a Lease?

By Paul Tonita
Categories: Blog, Real Estate
A recent case from the Ontario Court of Appeal sets out an interesting chain of events.

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Pushor Mitchell Sponsors Kelowna Chamber of Commerce Marketing Campaign of the Year Award

By Paul Tonita
Categories: Firm News
Pushor Mitchell is pleased to sponsor the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce Marketing Campaign of the Year Award.

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New Tax on Residential Property Transfers to Foreign Entities in Metro Vancouver

By Paul Tonita
Categories: Blog, Real Estate
There has been a lot of discussion in the media, amongst politicians and most likely in your circle of friends recently about the rapid increase in housing prices in B.C. and particularly in the Lower Mainland.

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Pushor Mitchell Welcomes New Associate Paul Tonita

By Paul Tonita
Categories: Firm News
Pushor Mitchell is pleased to welcome lawyer Paul Tonita to the firm.

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