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  1. Hi all! I hope everyone's 2020 is going well so far. With my PR application busy processing, I've been debating where to move to later this year. I thought perhaps some of you wise folk could offer me some advice. I just want to preface by saying that I don't really mind things like weather, activities/entertainment, etc. at this point. I'm more concerned about finding work in my field (and affording housing). I can figure the rest out, or resettle, at a later stage. Kitchener-Waterloo-Cambridge-Guelph-Hamilton vs Edmonton/Calgary As you can see, after much research online, I'm trying to decide between the Kitchener region of Ontario or moving to one of the major Albertan cities. These are my options as they seem sizable, but don't have the extravagant property prices of the likes of Toronto or Vancouver. I have 4 years of full-time marketing experience, as well as a business science master's degree. In my field, as a marketing coordinator/specialist/assistant, I can fortunately work at a variety of companies in various industries. I could also work as an administrative assistant, executive assistant, office manager, etc. So, that's my summary. Which would you recommend for ease of finding work? Kitchener area or one of the Alberta cities? Or somewhere I've not yet considered?
  2. MaryJane

    Lawyer (Oakville ON)

    Original ad here - In-House Counsel Responsibilities: • Conducting legal due diligence and working closely with the deal team in respect of merger and acquisition transactions. Drafting and negotiating legal documents and closing merger and acquisition transactions. • Providing securities law advice with respect to public company matters and drafting various securities law related documents •Negotiate, draft, review and manage corporate contracts such as engineering, construction and procurement agreements, consulting agreements, sales and supply agreements, lease agreements and non-disclosure agreements to ensure they meet business needs and minimize legal risks • Drafting, reviewing and negotiating documents with respect to commercial loan agreements and transactions • Work together with the General Counsel and CFO in board governance matters, as needed, included drafting resolutions, reviewing board documents, assisting in the development of board materials and other corporate governance matters • Serving as a legal resource to internal business clients on a variety of legal matters, including contract drafting and negotiations and managing legal risks • Keep abreast of legislative and regulatory changes that may impact the business and advising the business of same • Provide accurate and practical legal advice to the business in a timely and professional manner on practice-related matters Requirements: • 3-6 years of experience as a business lawyer in private practice or in-house with a focus on corporate law, securities, mergers and acquisitions and public company matters • Must have a JD or LL.B • Licensed to practice in Ontario. Licensed to practice in other Canadian or United States jurisdictions would be an asset • Sound judgement, critical thinking ability, strong interpersonal and leadership skills • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment • Confidence to deal with senior management team and the board of directors • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Ability to independently manage a caseload; develop and apply a practical approach to legal issues in accordance with the corporate strategy and overall business goals