For entrepreneurs, by entrepreneurs
Founded in 1987, Emond Harnden has grown to become Eastern Ontario's largest law firm devoted exclusively to advising management on labour relations and employment matters. Whether you are a public or private sector employer, our lawyers and staff can provide -- in both official languages -- the expertise, advice and advocacy you need to manage your workplace effectively in changing times.
Our lawyers offer specialized advice in many areas of the law, including wrongful dismissal, pay equity, human rights, occupational health and safety, workers' compensation and employment standards. We provide assistance both in collective bargaining and negotiating individual employment contracts. And we take pride in a record of successful advocacy before arbitrators, federal and provincial tribunals and the courts.
Founded by George A. Welch in 1918, Welch LLP is the 14th largest full service Chartered Accounting firm in Canada, headquartered in Ottawa. In addition to traditional auditing services, we provide expert business advice to clients in accounting, taxation (including tax advice on cross-border business ventures), business valuation, wealth management and succession planning in the private, government and not-for-profit sectors. Welch has recently added a consulting arm (WelchGroup Consulting) to help small to medium size businesses build value and transferability. Welch has over 250 staff members in 12 offices throughout Ontario and Quebec.
At Palladium Insurance, it is all about relationships.
We know everyone says that. But we prove it daily. Through the long-term relationships our front line staff build with both clients and suppliers. Through the open door policy that lets you connect with us at any time through multiple means—over the phone, face to face or through this website. It’s simple things—like the fact that if you call us during business hours, you’ll always get to speak with a person, not a machine. We’re there for you, from the day you contact us to whenever you need to make a claim, change a policy or deal with any of life’s events.