This blog was originally published on April 29, 2020.
The Manitoba government first introduced Restoring Safe Services: Manitoba’s Pandemic and Economic Roadmap for Recovery on April 29, 2020. This announcement set… Read More
On May 22, 2020 the government of Saskatchewan released an updated version of Re-Open Saskatchewan (the “Plan”), the five-phase plan to slowly and responsibly lift restrictions on business and services.
The… Read More
Authors: Jodi Wildeman, Haley Stearns - summer law student.
Women Entrepreneurs Week in Saskatchewan was commemorated this week to recognize the significant impact that women entrepreneurs have on Saskatchewan’s overall economy,… Read More
On April 13, 2020, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Finance opened the application portal for the Saskatchewan Small Business Emergency Payment (“SSBEP”) program.
The SSBEP program provides financial assistance to small and… Read More
Authors: Tom Provost, Dan Robillard
This is the second of a two-part series where we outline some of the essential points buyers need to know before purchasing a pharmacy. Read part one.
After… Read More
Cybersecurity incidents have a tendency to grab headlines and compromise business value. Recently, we posted about the impact two major cybersecurity breaches had on Yahoo! (“Yahoo”). Hackers managed to gain… Read More
Authors: Ryan Morasiewicz and Katherine Bellett, summer articled student
Social media advertising can be an excellent, cost effective way for outdoor/adventure companies to engage directly with their target audience. Increasingly, companies… Read More
Authors: Jared Dunlop, Shane Buchanan
Instagram and other social media contests are a common way to gain new followers, attract potential customers and engage with an online audience. But, if run… Read More