Kathryn Deo joins the Law Society of the Northwest Territories

Congratulations to Partner Kathryn Deo, who recently became a member of the bar in the Northwest Territories. Arbutus Law Group now has lawyers called to the bars of Newfoundland and Labrador, Québec, Ontario, Manitoba, British Columbia and the Northwest Territories.

Report on Federal Government Subsidies in the Fossil Fuel Industry

This spring ALG Associate Erin Gray supervised law students at the University of Victoria Environmental Law Centre’s clinic program. A report by two of these students was released recently and is a comprehensive look at the many ways in which the federal government subsidizes the fossil fuel industry—compiling… Read more »

Bill C-92 is Long Overdue

Bill C-92 is long overdue recognition of Indigenous right of self-government in child and family services After much anticipation, on Thursday, February 28, 2019 the federal government introduced Bill C-92 in the House of Commons. Bill C-92, An Act Respecting First Nations, Inuit and Metis… Read more »

Ming Song leaves Arbutus Law Group LLP

Please join us in wishing our Partner, Ming Song, best wishes as she leaves Arbutus Law Group LLP, effective March 1. Ming has decided to leave the traditional practice of law to pursue both legal and non-legal interests and passions as well as increasing her… Read more »

ALG presenting at the FNTAA 25th Annual National Forum

ALG Partner, Kathryn Deo will be attending the First Nations Tax Administrators Association 25th Annual National Forum at the Songhees Wellness Centre on September 26 and 27, and will be giving a presentation on Property Transfer Tax laws on September 26.