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.
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.
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)
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 [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 congratulates the Wiggins family on their new home. Chelcie and Alvero Wiggins (far right) and their four young children were selected by non-profit organization A Home for Everyone to receive donations and support in acquiring a home. Alvero is an active community member in the North End of Halifax, known for his work with Hope Blooms and the LOVE Nova Scotia youth centre. He now lives with kidney disease and spends 9-10 hours a day on dialysis while awaiting a kidney transplant. [read more…]
It has been a challenging year of change and isolation. Now, more than ever, it is important to check in on the mental health of your friends and loved ones. Start a conversation and end the stigma surrounding mental health. It is time to make your wellness a priority!
Take action and join the world’s biggest #MentalHealth conversation. Each time you watch the official #BellLetsTalk video and for every applicable text, call, or tweet using #BellLetsTalk, Bell will donate 5¢ toward Canadian mental health initiatives. Check out their website to learn more on how you can make a difference https://letstalk.bell.ca/en/.
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The Nova Scotia SPCA is looking for supporters to contribute to their annual bake sales for wagging tails!
The SPCA shelters do not receive any government funding and with the difficulty of COVID-19, the SPCA is struggling now more than ever.
Anyone can participate and pick a fundraiser of their choosing. Similar to a GoFundMe page, you can share your fundraising page and ask your supporters to donate to a cause you care about.
This year, the top fundraiser/fundraising team will be crowned with naming the next litter of adorable SPCA kittens! If you’re able to do so, donate with our team online [read more…]
As of January 18, 2021, the Human Organ and Tissue Donation Act comes into effect. Most Nova Scotians will be deemed to consent to donate their organs and tissues on death unless they opt out. The deemed consent only applies to a deceased person’s donation for the purpose of transplantation.
Nova Scotians may select which organs and tissues they wish to donate, giving them the opportunity to give limited consent. Decisions respecting donation after death will be recorded in a registry.
The deemed consent does not apply to some people, such as: children under 19 years of age, those not ordinarily resident [read more…]