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Our office will be closed on Monday, September 5th in honour of Labour day.

On this day we celebrate the achievements and hard work of all our friends and colleagues

 

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Osgoode Hall Law School recently featured Arcus Legal lawyer Johann Du Plessis in an Alumni Spotlight article. Check out the link below to learn more about Johann’s impressive career.

https://osgoodepd.ca/blog/johann-du-plessis/

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Happy Canada Day from all of us at Arcus Legal 🍁

We will be closed today July 1st, for Canada Day and will be back on Monday, July 4th.

We are pleased to announce that Gregg Knudsen has joined Arcus Legal to practice with our Property and Estates Teams. Bringing more than 30 years of experience to our firm, he will be serving clients’ needs for estate and trust planning, probate administration, and real property transactions. Gregg also offers experience in elder law, charitable giving, wealth management, taxation, business succession, and mental health law. Throughout his career, Gregg has contributed extensively to the legal profession and his local community, sitting on provincial review and appeal boards, chairing Canadian Bar Association sections, and serving on law reform initiatives.

To learn more about Gregg and the services he offers his clients, see our website at: https://www.arcuslegal.ca/gregg-knudsen.[Read more]

Today, on Administrative Professionals Day, we recognize and celebrate the work of those who have a big impact in the workplace, those who make our offices more efficient and productive every single day.
Administrative Professionals at all levels are recognized for their hard work, making sure everything can run smoothly throughout an entire company while supporting its staff in any way they can.

It’s because of all their hard work, we can all go #FurtherTogether.

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Arcus Legal will be closed on Monday, February 21 for Nova Scotia Heritage Day. The Landscape of Grand Pré has been selected as the 2022 Nova Scotia Heritage Day honouree, celebrating the rich heritage of this iconic place of memory for the Acadian diaspora. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Landscape of Grand Pré becoming a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

(Photo credit: valleytourism.ca)

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Happy holidays from everyone at Arcus Legal! We wish you all the best in the new year.

Our office will be closed from December 24–28, open December 29–30, closed December 31 – January 3, then back to the usual schedule on January 4.

The Property Team at Arcus Legal wishes a happy holiday season to all the clients and Realtors we’ve worked with this year. 2021 has surely been a busy year for real estate closings!

We are pleased to donate to Adsum for Women & Children this year as our choice of a deserving charity to support. Adsum is devoted to reducing homelessness, with safe and affordable housing and promoting independent living for youth, women, gender diverse people and children.

Arcus Legal embraces a team approach and open lines of communication, so you may have been in touch with several members of our team.… [Read more]

Arcus Legal will close its office on Thursday, September 30, in recognition of the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. The federal statutory holiday was created to acknowledge the tragic legacy of residential schools and their impact on the Indigenous peoples of Canada. Please join us in taking the opportunity to reflect on this part of our country’s history.

You can learn more about the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission at their website.

Arcus Legal welcomes Mel Freeland as our newest Corporate Tax Paralegal. Mel joins us with over seven years’ experience working in corporate law. She has lived in Nova Scotia for most of her life and is looking forward to working with local small business owners. When not at work, she enjoys going for walks, listening to podcasts, and hanging out with her animal friends Dexter the cat (not to be confused Arcus Legal’s Co-Chief Canine Officer) and Morty the Akita (and his human).

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