About the Author

  • Jeff Pniowsky

    Jeff focuses his practice in the areas of tax litigation and dispute resolution in the tax audit and appeals process, tax advisory services, and complex commercial litigation.

    (204) 934-2586


TDS Law was pleased to be a gold sponsor of Centrallia for another year. As part of our commitment to this conference we hosted a seminar, Doing Business in Canada, for the 2nd year.

This seminar was an official Centrallia scheduled event.

Expanding your business within Canada, or into Canada can present excellent growth opportunities, but what you do not know can hurt your chances of success. TDS Law hosted a panel to discuss issues related to Business Immigration, Corporate and Personal Tax, Labour and Employment and the benefits of various corporate structure options. Lunch will be included at this complimentary event.

In addition to the speakers from TDS, speakers from Acumen Corporate Development, government officials and lawyers from the firm with expertise in intellectual property, government regulation and finance were in the audience, as were lawyers who are fluent in French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and Russian.

TDS is connected in the business community and with government and we can introduce you to key contacts with banking, commercial real estate, trade/customs, government and other sectors.

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