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  • CJSW Funding Drive 2021 – Radio In Colour – Fossil Records Incentives From Navigator Law LLP

    CJSW 90.9 FM is getting ready for the 2021 Funding Drive! From Oct. 22nd to the 29th, join them for some very special 24-hour programming as they call upon their listeners to show support for the rich, diverse, and colourful world of campus and community radio. Check out the general incentives and p … Read more »

  • Visit Navigator Law at the Calgary Fall Home Show

    NAVIGATOR LAW LLP is excited to be an exhibitor at the Calgary Fall Home Show, from Sept. 30th to Oct. 3rd at the BMO Centre. This is our first year exhibiting at this event and we’re looking forward to meeting local families and sharing how we can help you navigate all of life’s hurdles with our fu … Read more »

  • How to Buy a Foreclosed Home in Canada: 5 Important Steps

    Generally speaking, foreclosed properties are those where an owner defaults to pay up the mortgage, and the lender then repossesses the property by applying to the court to transfer the property back to them so they can sell it and essentially pay back the loan originally taken out by the owners.  A … Read more »

  • How to Get a Band Partnership Agreement in Alberta

    Alberta is expected to enter Stage 3 of the Open For Summer Plan by early July, meaning all Covid-19 restrictions could be lifted, including the ban on indoor social gatherings. This means that we may soon enjoy the long-awaited return of live music performances in the community.  Are you a local ba … Read more »

  • International Wills: Do Alberta Wills Cover Foreign Property?

    A will outlines your wishes for how your assets are distributed, to whom, how much, and at what time. In addition, a will governs the administration of the property within the jurisdiction the Will was properly executed.  However, Governments have begun to enter into more international treaties or a … Read more »