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Thornton Blackburn – A Formerly Enslaved Person Who Became an Entrepreneur in Toronto

Thornton Blackburn was a formerly enslaved person who became an entrepreneur in Toronto — and whose case set the precedent that Canada would not return slaves to the United States.

News Feb 25, 2022
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Angela Bailey – Remains Canada’s Fastest Woman at the 100-metre Sprint

Angela Bailey remains Canada’s fastest woman at the 100-metre sprint.

News Feb 23, 2022
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McMillan LLP Secures Major Duties in Illegal Dumping Case Against Chinese Chassis Manufacturers

On February 18, 2022, Canada imposed final duties on container chassis from China that will offset China’s illegal and unfair trade (dumping and subsidies) into the Canadian market.

News Feb 22, 2022
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Charles Roach – Civil Rights Lawyers and Activist in Toronto and One of the Founders of the City’s Famous Caribana Festival

Charles Roach was a civil rights lawyers and activist in Toronto and one of the founders of the city’s famous Caribana festival.

News Feb 18, 2022
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McMillan Lawyers Earns 17 Rankings Across 11 Categories in the 2022 Chambers Global Directory

McMillan is pleased to be included in the 2022 Chambers Global Directory. The 2022 Directory ranks McMillan as a leading law firm in six practice areas and names 16 lawyers as top practitioners in their respective fields.

News Feb 17, 2022
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Why Canada Needs a National Security Amicus: Three McMillan LLP Lawyers Publish Report With C.D. Howe Institute

Foreign investment in Canadian companies has long been subject to government review. In recent years, however, the government has shifted from “net benefit” analyses that focus on economic and employment impacts to national security reviews.

News Feb 17, 2022
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Édouard “Eddie” Anglade – First Black Police Officer in Québec’s History

Édouard “Eddie” Anglade was the first Black police officer in Québec’s history.

News Feb 15, 2022
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Mairuth Sarsfield – First Black Woman to Sit on the Board of Directors of the CBC

Mairuth Sarsfield was a Canadian writer, journalist, diplomat and broadcaster — who, among her many accomplishments, was the first Black woman to sit on the board of directors of the CBC.

News Feb 10, 2022
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Mifflin Wistar Gibbs – First Black Person Elected to Public Office in British Columbia

Mifflin Wistar Gibbs was the first Black person elected to public office in what is now British Columbia — he was also an abolitionist, entrepreneur, carpenter, diplomat, father, lawyer, and banker.

News Feb 7, 2022
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Violet Pauline King Henry – First Black Canadian Woman Lawyer

Violet Pauline King Henry was a woman of many firsts. She was the first Black person to graduate law school in Alberta...

News Feb 3, 2022
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