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2019-12-20 • Press

Know Your Rights: Making Sense of Divorce and Separation


  • by: Marie-Hélène Godbout

The law treats marriage as an equal economic partnership in every way. There may some exceptions in a case-by-case analysis. Generally speaking, if no exceptions apply when marriage ends, the value of the property acquired in matrimony and the increased v

2019-12-16 • Press

Are you self-employed? Don’t forget these tax deductions


  • by: Kevin Montpellier

Self-employment has many perks. From being your own boss to choosing your own hours, it’s an attractive way of life. However, navigating your taxes can feel like an inescapable labyrinth.

2019-11-26 • Press

The Importance of Making a Will


  • by: Chanelle Dutrisac

During our ‘accumulation’ years we aim to climb the career ladder and build our assets, deepening our financial pockets so that we have a nice little nest egg. Whatever possessions we build up should be protected so that we can pass them down.

2019-11-19 • Press

Powers of Attorney: What are they and when can my attorney use them?


  • by: Chanelle Dutrisac

For many Canadians, it’s a big concern knowing how to manage their money, health, property, and finances as they age or when life changes. Without proper planning, these matters are complicated. Fortunately, Powers of Attorney can help.

2019-10-29 • Event

How The End Of Daylight Saving Time May Spike Driver Fatigue


  • by: Michel Sicotte

... this one-hour change will have a negative impact when it comes to road safety. On November 3rd, our clocks will go back one hour meaning our days become shorter which can have a negative effect on body and mind.

2019-10-23 • Press

Taking An Extra Step Towards Pedestrian Safety


  • by: Michel Sicotte

Pedestrians are among the most vulnerable users of the road and therefore, should always take extra steps to be safe. Each year more than 270,000 pedestrians lose their lives on the world’s roads accounting for 22% of the total 1.24 million road traffic d

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