Clara L. Bitzer, Attorney at Law

Clara L. Bitzer has a law practice in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Stooshinoff Law Office

This Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in: matters.

Contact Info:

Phone: 306-653-9000
Fax: 306-653-5284

Main Office Location:

300-416 21st St. E.
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Practice Area

  • Saskatchewan

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The Globe and MailFor example, an Ontario corporation contracting with a B.C. small business may insist on Ont. governing law and forum for three reasons: First, they are familiar with the laws of the province. Second, their lawyers are in the province. And third, any ... more »
Alberni Valley NewsLegislation is coming to ensure that polluters, not taxpayers, must pay for any environmental damage from resource development and transport. The panel was chaired by Gordon Houston, a former Prince Rupert harbourmaster and CEO of Port Metro ... The ... more »
Regina Leader-PostJust over 25 years ago, members of Saskatchewan's Progressive Conservative government set up a machine to channel money out of public coffers for their own benefit. Legislative allowances intended to fund constituency work were instead paid to MLAs' ... more »

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