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45 O'Connor Street, Ottawa, Ontario
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1000 de La Gauchetière Street West, Montreal, Quebec
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Jerry J. Patterson

850 - 2nd Street SW, Calgary, Alberta
Civil Litigation, Environmental Law, Natural Resources Regulations

Darrell R. Peterson

855-2nd Street S.W., Calgary, Alberta
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Scott A. Dawson

700 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, British Columbia
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John C. Carron

200 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario
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Kent D. Howie

1900, 520 - 3rd Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alberta
Contracts, Franchise Contracts, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, Corporate Law, Municipal Law & Regulations

Julia E. Schatz

3400 One First Canadian Place, Toronto, Ontario
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Business Law, Civil Litigation, Class Action, Environmental Law

William S. Osler

855-2nd Street S.W., Calgary, Alberta
Environmental Law, Corporate Law

W. Ian Palm

66 Wellington Street, Toronto, Ontario
Business Law, Environmental Law, Sports, Telecommunications & Entertainment Law, Corporate Law

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