Welcome to CanadianBlawg: CanadianLaw 2.0
This is a law blog, otherwise known as a “blawg”, designed to contribute to Canadian law. It is designed specifically for businesses, law firms, lawyers and law students looking to know more about the laws of Canada.
As noted from Wikipedia, the foundation of the legal system of Canada comes from the British common law system. Nevertheless, Quebec retains a civil system in respect of private law. Both legal systems, however, are subject to the Constitution of Canada, which remains as its supreme law, with any law passed by federal, provincial, or territorial governments that are inconsistent with the constitution being considered to be invalid.
Legal advice and representation for businesses looking to trade in Canada should come from specialist Canadian lawyers and law firms.
It is also worth noting that there are many great Canadian law blogs already sharing useful information on Canadian law and these are highly recommended for reading on particular legal subjects.
If you would like to publish a guest blog post or become a permanent contributor, please do not hesitate to get in touch at http://wardblawg.com/contact.