Candice D. Grant

Candice Grant is a partner with the firm and has a broad range of civil litigation experience, focusing on employment matters and municipal law.

Candice represents all parties to employment disputes including employees, employers, management and unions. She has extensive experience in wrongful dismissal and human rights cases, with a focus on real and practical solutions.

Candice regularly works with municipal governments on a broad range of legal issues, including bylaws, regulatory and administrative matters. 

Candice is an active member of her profession and her community. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Remai Modern art gallery, executive member of the Saskatoon Bar Association and past chair of the Saskatoon Public Library.

Candice was called to the bar in 2009, after completing her Bachelor of Laws with Distinction and Bachelor of Arts with Great Distinction at the University of Saskatchewan.

Candice chaired the Meewasin Valley Appeal Board for a three-year term. This three-person panel hears appeals from the decisions of the Meewasin Valley Authority.

She is also a member of the Canadian Bar Association and serves as an executive of the Saskatoon Bar Association.

Candice continues to support vital community institutions.  She is on the board of directors of Remai Modern Art Gallery and recently completed a term as chair of the board of directors of Saskatoon Public Library. In the past, she served as the chair of Child Hunger and Education Program (CHEP).


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