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  • Back2Local: Campaign Announcement

    You’ve heard it before, and you’re about to hear it again: local businesses are the heart of our communities. And, with everything happening in the world, Stringam thinks it’s time to get Back2Local. Back2Local is our newest initiative. Its aim is to support local businesses alongside local food ban … Read more »

  • Why Your Corporation Needs to Have A Minute Book

    Not every corporation runs the same way. But every corporation needs to keep up-to-date minute books. Corporations can be asked to produce a number of documents for a variety of occasions. To remain prepared, corporations – small, medium, and large – should all keep regular records in a thoroughly u … Read more »

  • Everything You Need to Know About Child Support During University Years

    When most people consider child support, they think of young, elementary-aged children. Parents are more readily prepared for the child support of young children, not necessarily thinking of the issues that can arise when children are enrolled in university. Even the most amicable divorces and separ … Read more »

  • Addressing Mortgage Renewal Concerns in COVID-19

    We’re in uncertain times. As we navigate these uncertain times, we’ve received increased questions about mortgage renewals. Those who have mortgage renewals coming up in the next few months or within the next year are especially concerned with how to prepare themselves during these times. Personally … Read more »

  • A Breakdown of the Builders’ Lien Act for Contractors, Sub-Contractors & Suppliers

    The Builders’ Lien Act is commonly misunderstood. Many people believe that its purpose is to protect the rights of contractors, sub-contractors, and suppliers who would otherwise have no recourse if they were not paid for their services. This is inaccurate. Contractors and sub-contractors already ha … Read more »