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Category: COVID-19

Law Library Only Accessible In-Person By Appointment

As a result of the fourth wave of the pandemic and in accordance with government guidelines, the Law Library will remain accessible only to members of the LSNL for in-person appointments for the foreseeable future. All members can continue to use our remote services (contactless pickup, text recommendations, scanning services and database and text researching)....

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Update on Commercial Registrations Division and Registry of Deeds Access

Please note the following changes for access to the Commercial Registrations Division and the Registry of Deeds on 59 Elizabeth Avenue effective Thursday, September 16, 2021. Appointments: Requirement for appointments have been removed and there will be no constraint on duration of visit, apart from the Registry’s normal operating hours. Capacity: The maximum requirement limits...

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Update – Access to Registry of Deeds

Please note the following changes for access to the Registry’s research area deeds vault, effective Thursday, September 9, 2021: Registry Research Area Room: Please note the following changes for access to the Registry’s research area deeds vault, effective Thursday, September 9, 2021: Registry Research Area Room: Concurrent appointment times will increase from a maximum of...

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Law Library Access Will Continue to be by Appointment Only

In accordance with the ongoing recommendations of the Chief Medical Officer with respect to physical distancing, the Law Library can only safely accommodate a maximum of four persons at one time. Therefore, until further notice, the Law Library will continue to be accessible to members of the Law Society by appointment only. Walk-ins are not...

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Law Society is now a Mandatory Vaccination Facility

Please note that effective September 7, 2021, the Law Society will be a mandatory vaccination facility which means that anyone entering the Law Society building must be fully vaccinated in accordance with public health guidelines (currently two weeks post second dose). In light of the evolving information about the transmissibility of the Delta variant, the...

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