Innisfail Agritrade April 21 &22, 2017

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The Innisfail Chamber of Commerce presented a sold out trade show and Taste of Innisfail at the Arena last weekend.  Johnston Ming Manning LLP participated and offered a draw for a free will.  Thanks Chad, James and Sandra!

 

 

 

5035 49th Street
Innisfail, Alberta
Tel: (403) 227-3361

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We are looking forward to the United Way Kick off Lunch - scheduled for September 2017.  Watch for details!

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 Great job in 2016!  Thank you United Way, for helping in our community!

Christopher A. Rickards speaks to Global news about the growing pressure on the Red Deer courthouse.

TWO OF CENTRAL ALBERTA'S LONGEST ESTABLISHED LAW FIRMS JOIN FORCES

Dave Manning and Keith Lamb of Johnston Ming Manning LLP of Red Deer and Joe Lehane and Monty Wild of Miller Lehane & Wild are pleased to announce that Johnston Ming Manning (Innisfail) LLP has acquired the law firm of Miller Lehane & Wild in Innisfail effective January 1, 2015.

Andrew J. Luft will be participating in a seminar providing information on Getting Incorporated and the essential steps and legal tips.

Chris Rickards participated in the Banff GranFondo again this year and completed the 150 km ride despite the Fall like temperatures on the day of the ride.  Chris is one of the Founding Riders for the event having participated in the inaugral ride in 2012 and again in 2013.  He looks forward to participating in this "big ride" with approximately 1500 other cyclists for as long as it continues in this most scenic of our national parks.

Chris Rickards in his capacity as President of the Central Alberta Bar Society is interviewed by CBC News Clagary on April 1, 2014.  Chris speaks to the Red Deer Courthouse backlog crisis during the interview.  See the video below.

Chris Rickards in his capacity as President of the Central Alberta Bar Society is interviewed by Global Edmonton News on April 7, 2014 on the issue of the pressing need for a new larger Courthouse in Red Deer.  See the video below.

Chris Rickards in his capacity as President of the Central Alberta Bar Society along with retired Queens Bench Justice Jim Foster were interviewed by Global Edmonton News anchor Gord Steinke on March 19, 2014 regarding the issue of Traffic Court moving to a Red Deer hotel and the overcrowding issues at the Red Deer Courthouse.  See the video below.

Chris Rickards in his capacity as President of the Central Alberta Bar Society along with retired Queens Bench Justice Jim Foster were interviewed by Global Edmonton News anchor Gord Steinke in the second of a two part interview on the subject of the need for a new, larger Courthouse in Red Deer.  See the video below.

 

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