Catherine E. Willson
For those operating horse businesses, the Federal tax system has imposed a barrier unique to the horse industry and other farming industries.
This article highlights what syndicates are, and how they are becoming a popular method of buying a nice horse without having to ‘sell the farm.’
Lawyer Catherine E. Willson examines the disturbing trend of residents in new housing developments in the country complaining about the "nui
We all know that accidents can happen: understand how the law works in cases of personal injury, and how to protect yourself from lawsuits.
Protecting yourself and your interests during horse transactions.
In the wake of recent high-profile sexual assault scandals, preventing gender-based offensive behaviour in the workplace has become a crucial concern.
Lawyer Catherine E. Willson explains what you need to know about defamation in the horse world, so can protect yourself, on both sides of the fence.
If you buy or sell a horse, and particularly if there is a trial period, you must be aware of the existing Canadian laws that could put you at risk.
Some stables have a “no dog” rule, but it’s difficult to have a “no children” rule. Learn how to protect yourself and your guests, with sensible barn rules.
Input Needed on New Canadian Equine Identification Program
RIDE TV Will Now Be Available to More Canadian Viewers
A Royal Equestrian Canada Convention Experience
Support the Caribbean Equine Relief Effort in the Bahamas
Review Equestrian Canada’s 2019 Rule Change Proposals
Eastern Equine Encephalitis Kills Four Ontario Horses
Canadian Eventing Community Mourns Loss of Mary Anne Laframboise