Carmen Diges

40 King Street West, Toronto, Ontario
416-595-2117
Administrative Law, Aboriginal Law, Business Law, Corporate Law

Shawn M. Munro

855-2nd Street S.W., Calgary, Alberta
403-298-3481
Aboriginal Law, Environmental Law, Corporate Law

Charles W. Bois

1000-840 Howe Street, Vancouver, British Columbia
604-643-1224
Aboriginal Law, Civil Litigation, Environmental Law

Keith B. Bergner

925 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, British Columbia
604-631-9119
Administrative Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Aboriginal Law, Civil Litigation, Environmental Law, Municipal Law & Regulations

K. Colleen Verville

10180 - 101 Street, Edmonton, Alberta
780-423-7103
Aboriginal Law, Consumer Protection, Immigration Law

Jody S. Langhan

1700 - 360 Main Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba
204-957-8311
Aboriginal Law, Business Law, Elder Law, Intellectual Property, Real Estate Law, Corporate Law, Transportation Law

Heather E. Maconachie

2900-595 Burrard Street, Vancouver, British Columbia
604-691-7519
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Aboriginal Law, Construction & Development, Sports, Telecommunications & Entertainment Law

Donald R. M. Bell

100 King Street West, Toronto, Ontario
416-369-5265
Aboriginal Law, Business Law, International Business Operations, Intellectual Property, Corporate Law, Municipal Law & Regulations

Stephen Lloyd

1 Place Ville-Marie, Montreal, Quebec
514-878-5831
Aboriginal Law, Agriculture & Land Use, Business Law, Environmental Law, Real Estate Law, Corporate Law

John M. Olynyk

205 - 5th Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta
403-781-9472
Administrative Law, Aboriginal Law, Agriculture & Land Use, Environmental Law
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