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in Registration at the BC College of Nursing Professionals. Heather E. Doi
slides to Nathanson Schachter & Thompson from McEwan Partners. Lesley
A. Ridgway bids adieu to Sinclair & Co. and sets up Beaufort Law in Courtenay.
Alexander Swabuk lands at Miller Thomson in Vancouver after
departing from Whaley Estate Litigation Partners in Toronto.
Martin Sheard leaves Tevlin Gleadle to start his own employment law
boutique, Inlet Law, specializing in survivor-side sexual harassment cases.
Inlet Law is based in Port Moody. Fred Wynne steps into Mr. Sheard’s shoes
at Tevlin Gleadle, leaving HHBG Lawyers to do so. Margery Pazdor, meanwhile,
joins HHBG Lawyers after practising with the Community Social
Services Employers’ Association of B.C. Pam Costanzo leaves her in-house
position at the Provincial Health Services Authority and returns to private
practice at Young Anderson. Doug Thorpe-Dorward moves from private
practice at Forte Law to become the Managing Director of Faculty Relations
and Support Services at the University of British Columbia. Overholt Law
welcomes Mohit Chhibber, who moves to Vancouver from the Dhanu
Dhaliwal Law Group in Abbotsford. Angela Bespflug and Janelle R. O’Connor
both sashay from Klein Lawyers to Murphy Battista. Darren J. Kautz
leaves Mussio Goodman to join FH&P Lawyers in Kelowna. Lauren
McMurtry and Rose Shawlee both join Harper Grey. Ms. McMurtry was
previously with Gowling WLG in Ottawa, and Ms. Shawlee was with
Richards Buell Sutton.
The Ontario Labour Relations Board worked hard for its blue sky reference
in Labourers’ International Union of North America, Local 183 v. Associated
Paving Company Ltd., 2016 CanLII 92087: “Initially, the issues in these files
appeared as murky as the dense fog that often envelops the Halifax airport.
Now slowly that fog is beginning to dissipate, although we are still far from
the cool, crisp blue sky one encounters on an autumn morning in the Haliburton
Highlands” (at para. 8).
Alison L. Dempsey was appointed as a lay councillor to the council of the
Association of British Columbia Forest Professionals for a term ending
December 4, 2021.
Sherelle Goodwin and Kristin B.W. Gardner were appointed as members
of the Civil Resolution Tribunal on a full-time basis for terms ending April
This bizarre television listing was found in The Guardian’s Guide: “Paul
O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs. Paul helps to feed a litter of week-old kittens.”