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  • Changes to Surrogacy in Quebec

    There have been recent changes to the Québec Civil Code in relation to surrogacy. These changes came into force on June 6, 2023, and have significant impacts on the formation of surrogacy agreements within Québec. Who do the Changes Apply to? The changes affect intended parents who have lived in Qué … Read more »

  • Hindering Homebuying Happiness: “Hidden” Costs in Nova Scotia Real Estate Transactions

    A young couple is in a conference room with their lawyer. They can hardly contain their excitement as they are about to sign documents to close on their first home purchase. However, when their lawyer discloses to them the amount of funds required to close, their excitement turns to displeasure. Thr … Read more »

  • IRCC Hong Kong Immigration Expansion

    Introduction Exciting news for newcomers from Hong Kong looking to apply for permanent residency in Canada. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has just announced that they are waving the education requirement for people immigrating from Hong Kong. How the Most Recent Changes to the … Read more »

  • Fertility and Surrogacy Tax Credit Program

    Great news for 2SLGBTQIA+ community members, and heterosexual couples experiencing infertility, who may be looking to expand their families. Nova Scotia has introduced the Fertility and Surrogacy Tax Credit. This tax credit was discussed on our blog in April of 2022, and has recently been expanded. … Read more »

  • Holdbacks vs. Credits

    The world of real estate can be complex and fast moving, and whether you are hoping to become a real estate owner soon, or a seasoned real estate mogul there may be concepts that are difficult to understand. The frequent occurrences within real estate transactions that are often confused are Holdbac … Read more »