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COVID19 and Temporary Office Closure

As of April 28, 2021, in view of guidance from provincial Public Health, Burchells LLP's offices at 1801 Hollis Street are temporarily closed to the public. We are hopeful this closure can be reversed in a couple of weeks, but will take our guidance from Public Health and the province.

In the meantime our IT resources are more than sufficient, and Burchells' lawyers and staff remain hard at work delivering results for our clients.  It's business-as-usual.  Don't hesitate to contact us by phone or email.

On February 18, 2020, the Honourable Marco E.L. Mendicino, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, introduced a Bill to amend the Citizenship Act to change Canada’s Oath of Citizenship....
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Burchells LLP congratulates our partner Kelly L. Greenwood, TEP on her acceptance for membership by The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (Canada).  The TEP designation is...
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In December 2019, the federal government temporarily suspended the annual application submission date for parent/grandparent permanent residence sponsorship applications, to allow the government time...
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Burchells LLP is excited to welcome a new Associate lawyer to the firm as well announcing that all three of our current Articled Clerks will be joining the firm as associates in June 2020. Jason May...
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In an op/ed published by CBC today, Burchells lawyers Derek Simon and Roy Stewart analyze the Federal Government's actions in the face of the humanitarian crisis of Indigenous child welfare. By...
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