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Annual General Meetings & The Business Corporations Act, 2021: It may not be as simple as you think

In accordance with The Business Corporations Act, 2021 (the “Act”), every Saskatchewan corporation must hold annual general meetings of its shareholders (an…

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Bringing Wills into the Digital Age – The Wills Amendment Act, 2022

In the current age of technology, many documents are created, signed, and stored electronically. One of the exceptions has always been Wills,…

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Amendments to the Prohibition on the Purchase of Residential Property by Non-Canadians Act

The Prohibition on the Purchase of Residential Property by Non-Canadians Act, S.C. 2022, c. 10, s. 235 (the “Act”) came into force…

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Multiple Spouses: You Could Face Concurrent Family Law Claims 

What is a “Spousal Relationship”? Becoming legally married is not the only way to enter into a spousal relationship in Saskatchewan, although…

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The Business Corporations Act, 2021: New Legislation for Saskatchewan businesses as of March 12, 2023

We are officially operating under new corporate legislation in the province of Saskatchewan. The Business Corporations Act, 2021, with its regulations, The…

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Navigating Criminal Charges: What will a defence lawyer do for me?

Whether your charges are straightforward or very serious, navigating the criminal justice system can seem like a complex maze which has long…

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No Time Like the Present: The Importance of Capacity in Estate Planning

When it comes to estate planning, there is truly no time like the present. It is often assumed that death is the…

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Detention vs. Arrest: What Are Your Rights?

This article will explain, in broad terms, what a detention is, what an arrest is, and what can and cannot happen during…

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Do I Really Need a Minute Book?

Why every corporation should have a minute book. We are often asked by clients, who may be incorporating a holding company or…

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Dividing Property in Saskatchewan

If you’re considering leaving a long-term relationship, then you’ll also need to consider how to divide your family property. The rule of…

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Accommodation Update: Dealing with Employee No-Shows

As more workplaces return to in-office and in person operations, some employers may encounter an increase in employees failing to attend at…

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Builder’s Lien Act Update: New Prompt Payment and Adjudication Provisions

Well, it has been on the cards since October 20, 2021, when the Government of Saskatchewan announced The Builders’ Lien (Prompt Payment)…

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