Jason P. Fitzpatrick

Étudiant 2019, Stagiaire 2021 - 2022 | Vancouver

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Jason was born and raised in Montague, PEI. His passion for solving complex problems brought him to BC – where he earned both a law degree and Masters of Business Administration from the University of Victoria. Jason brings a passion to his legal advocacy while also understanding the business/economic realities that must be considered in order to achieve the best result for his clients.

When not in the office, Jason loves playing sports. He grew up playing many sports including basketball, hockey, and baseball. He has also competed in the 2013 Canada Games for PEI’s Men’s Volleyball team.

Jason’s other passions include biking, hiking, gardening and travelling. He has enjoyed seeing other parts of the world such as Ireland, Scotland, Mexico, Italy, and South Africa. However, one of his favourite experiences was in Canada when he lived up in Iqaluit, Nunavut, for over a month during the winter.

Not only was Iqaluit an eye-opening experience in terms of culture and -40C weather, but it was also where Jason met his canine companion, Qanuk (“kah-nook”). “Qanuk” is an Inuit term for “snowflake”, which is a tribute to his white husky fur and his northern roots. You can find Jason and Qanuk adventuring around the province looking for new places to hike and explore.

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The importance of consultation with First Nations, progressive reclamation and increased reclamation security for amended permits in the mining industry

The BC Supreme Court recently cast light on issues regarding British Columbia mining operations on First Nation’s territory in Ignace v. British Columbia (Chief Inspector of Mines), 2021 BCSC 1989. Miller Thomson was counsel in Ignace challenging the permit amendment....

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Cabotage – Domestic point to point movements for international commercial transportation of goods

When importing goods into Canada via trucks, trailers, semi-trailers, and containers, businesses may be presented with opportunities to pick up and deliver domestic goods within Canada during their trip. While these additional domestic deliveries may make sense logistically, they are...

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