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Toronto Headquarters:


1 Yonge Street, Suite 1801

Toronto, Ontario

Canada M5E 1W7

tel. (001) 416-887-9702 toronto

tel. (001) 403-400-4092 calgary

Offices also in Calgary, Alberta.



Building the appropriate work and/or sales presence within Canada for a foreign business operator can take on many forms and creates many issues at law and in contracts.

One of the major challenges involved in penetrating the Canadian market (as it is with many other countries) centres on the human capital necessary to operate and advance the local business in Canada. Tackling the human capital component of your expansion into Canada requires a thorough understanding of the laws specific to Canadian employment and independent contractors (national/federal, provincial, local) and how it differs from your own laws with respect to workers, technicians, sales people and other laborers.

Such an understanding of the specific laws of Canada and its various provinces is incredibly important to how you establish the Canadian component to your international commercial enterprise. As it is not only about avoiding violating those laws and regulations that are applicable to the employment relationship, but also optimizing the revenue you derive from the work of your sales force / work force (while optimizing their personal income / commission return). You also need to insure the retention of the key / productive employees and contractors, while terminating / firing those hires that are not working out.

These and other considerations are extremely important to your success in Canada, for it go to the core of your company's ability to make significant advances in Canada. An effective work force / sales force, which is legally compliant, will drive your Canadian business forward and make your decision to expand into Canada (and collaborate with the law firm of Neufeld Legal P.C.) a positive experience.

From Toronto, Ontario; Calgary, Alberta; and New York City, U.S.A., we are committed to working with you in advancing your business aspirations correctly into a thriving Canadian market. Contact us today to see how we can be of assistance: via email at; by phone for projects in eastern Canada (with an emphasis on Toronto and Ontario) at (001) 416-887-9702 and for projects in western Canada (with an emphasis on Calgary and Alberta) at (001) 403-400-4092.


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Canadian Business Lawyer Christopher Neufeld is a corporate commercial solicitor is admitted to practice law in both Ontario and Alberta (Canada) and New York (U.S.A.).  Christopher's legal practice focuses primarily on business law, in particular corporate commercial transactions.  We provide international and national legal advice for business transacted within Canada, as well as between Canada and the United States, England, China, Russia, India, Korea, Japan, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Netherland, Poland, Czech, Hungary, Turkey, Belarus, Ukraine, Czech, Slovakia, Phillipines, Indonesia, Singapore, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and other parts of the world. The information contained in this website is provided only for informational purposes and in certain jurisdictions is considered 'attorney advertising'. Furthermore, contacting us will not create a solicitor-client relationship, or necessarily afford you certain legal privileges, which will only arise after being formally engaged by yourself and accepting said engagement, pursuant to our retainer. See also COPYRIGHT 2009-12.

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