Ogilvie News

Beyond the Oscars: is a job applicant’s social media history relevant?

If you’re a fan of the annual Academy Awards (or the Oscars, as they’re more commonly known), you’re aware of one of the more notable features of 2019’s event: the absence of a host – apparently for the first time since 1989. While the lack of an emcee didn’t appear to hinder the event’s success, [...]

Introducing Our Newest Partners

Since our inception in 1920, we have built a reputation for excellence, client service, community engagement, and progressive growth. As we begin 2019, we’re continuing those traditions by adding to our Partnership. Please join us in celebrating Ogilvie’s three newest Partners. Dana Treasure Dana’s practice involves a wide variety of corporate and commercial work, with [...]

Pork chop lot zoning: a legal perspective

Affordability and choice.  That’s what ‘pork chop lot’ zoning could bring to builders and homeowners in the City of Edmonton. Although still in the trial stage, Ogilvie lawyer and partner Bryce Milliken, says that “in Edmonton, we have large lots that consumers don’t really need or want, but those large lots carry a very hefty [...]