immigration law

Canada has experienced a foreign worker boom over the last few decades. More than 600,000 foreign workers have come to Canada, doubling figures from the 2000s. Canada faces a tricky balancing act when bringing in foreign talent. Foreign workers add a lot to the economy, but Canadians worry about losing out in the job market…

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Buying a Home

Canadians aren’t too keen on renting. They like the freedom that comes with owning your home, which is probably why over half a million homes are sold across the country each year! Well, if you’re looking to buy a house, whether it’s your first or your third, there’s a lot you need to know. Luckily,…

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Buying a Home

Congratulations! We hear that you’re getting ready to sell your house, and we know how great of an accomplishment that is. Whether you’re moving on to something bigger or smaller, we’re here to help make things easier. Selling a house isn’t a simple process. You’ll find that it’s incredibly taxing when it’s not your principal…

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A Power Of Attorney

No one likes to talk about end-of-life things, but it is necessary to be prepared. Here, at Minhas Lawyers, we understand you want to make the best decision for those you love, so here is some information you may need to know. By getting a Power of Attorney, you can be prepared for when your…

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New Home Warranty Program of Ontario

Did you know that according to Trading Economics, between the years of 2017 and 2018, the homeownership rate in Canada went up to 68.55% from 66.30%? This was a huge amount, compared not only to 2017 but also to 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, and 2021. If you’re thinking of joining these Canadian homeowners and buying a…

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Discover A Defect in a new House

Buying a house should be an exciting, life-fulfilling experience. If you buy a house, then discover there are serious problems, the excitement won’t last long. What can you do in such a situation? Who should take responsibility? If a serious problem arises after you buy the house, you may be able to file a lawsuit.…

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child custody in Ontario

During a divorce or separation, there are a lot of decisions and compromises to be made. However, one of the most challenging decisions is that concerning child custody. This involves deciding who lives with the child, who gets full custody and what happens if the parents don’t agree, among more concerns. In this article, we…

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All about becoming Franchisor or Franchisee

Starting a new business is not a decision you make overnight. Weighing the pros and cons of business is an endeavour that you will research exhaustively and have countless conversations and questions about. Franchising is seen by many as a simple way to go into business for the first time. In a franchise business, the…

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Those in healthy, long-term, romantic relationships may find the differences between common-law partnerships and legal marriages insignificant. While there are many similarities between legally recognized marriages and common-law partnerships, the differences can become very important upon the break-down of a relationship. Therefore, from time to time, instances arise whereby each type of relationship can benefit…

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