Charles J. Bourgeois, Attorney at Law

Charles J. Bourgeois has a law practice in Newmarket, Ontario

This Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in: matters.

Contact Info:

Phone: 905-715-7550
Fax: 905-898-3957

Main Office Location:

105 Eagle St.
Newmarket, Ontario
Practice Area
English
Qualification

  • Ontario, Newfoundland and Labrador

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MetroNews CanadaHudak was responding to a libel notice served Friday by Wynne's lawyer over comments he made that “she oversaw and possibly ordered the criminal destruction of documents.” His remarks came after Ontario Provincial Police revealed they are investigating ... more »
TheChronicleHerald.caAfter hearing the evidence and lawyers' submissions, Judge Michael Sherar ruled the men can be released from custody after they post $8,000 cash bail each. Guan and Li, who were represented by Toronto lawyer Edward Hung, both face 20 charges. more »
The Sudbury StarThe firm has invited every lawyer in the city, every former lawyer at the firm, as well as all judges from the Superior Court of Justice and Ontario Court of Justice from northeastern Ontario. Dignitaries who will attend include Madam Justice L ... more »
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