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  • Diabetes hits home as law students rally for JDRF

    At Harrison Pensa, the firm is committed to giving back to our community. In that spirit, the Articling Students  led the way this year raising funds for the Sun Life Ride to Defeat Diabetes. The event is one that the firm has participated in for many years, and all funds raised go towards the fanta … Read more »

  • New trust reporting rules to be delayed…again

    The Federal Government tabled Bill C-32 on Thursday, November 3, 2022. There is lots of information to parse through in the draft legislation. However, trust practitioners will be pleased to see that new trust reporting requirements will likely be delayed, again, to apply to taxation years that end … Read more »

  • Make a Will Month: Naming your trustee

    The majority of Canadian adults do not have a valid, up-to-date Will. This is an easy thing to remedy as, generally speaking, anybody over the age of majority, who is of sound mind, can make a Will. Estate planning is a painless process that puts your mind at ease for the present and is a great bene … Read more »

  • Access to justice for victims of family violence

    We are slowly getting back to in-person court appearances in many jurisdictions. In London, family court conferences and trials are, for the most part, now in person. Other types of appearances remain virtual. This piece discusses strategies to manage the emotional and safety challenges of in-person … Read more »

  • National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

    The first five recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Call To Action address issues of child welfare. They include calling on all levels of government to implement preventative measures to address the overrepresentation of Indigenous children across Canada in the chil … Read more »