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Our professional team at the Sport Law & Strategy Group offers a full range of legal and strategic services, and we will help you find practical solutions to other organizational challenges you may be facing. We are accessible, affordable and expert, and we bring experience, insight and common sense to every project. While generally we do not provide services to individuals, if you are an athlete, coach or official with an issue or a problem, contact us and we will find someone who can help you.

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Recent Posts

The Silence of Our Friends

By Rachel Corbett. I have been very impressed by the Harassment in Sport … [Read More...]

Harassment in Sport Blog Series – Blog Three: Looking Ahead

Our intention for this four-part blog series on harassment in sport is to … [Read More...]

Governing Documents: Separating Constitution, Bylaws, Policies, and Rules

Recently, organizations in Ontario and BC have been asking us about … [Read More...]

What We’re Watching in 2016

This blogpost will review the topics and issues that we will be paying … [Read More...]

Resilience + Reach – Global Online Coaching Summit

We are proud that SLSG Partner Dina Bell-Laroche is one of the featured … [Read More...]

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Our next webinar is available for registration. Legal Compliance for Ontario-based Sport Organizations will be held on April 27th at 12:00pm EDT and hosted by LeeAnn Cupidio and Steve Indig. You can register for the webinar on our webinar series page. The webinar costs only $40!

The new BC Societies Act will come into force in November 2016! Check out our new post and our updated BC Act webpage for more information.

ONCA delayed again! The new not-for-profit Act in Ontario, the ONCA, has been delayed once again. It is now expected that the ONCA won't come into force until sometime after 2016. Organizations will be given a two-year warning before it comes into force, and a three-year transition window.

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