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Jan 4, 2016

StartupSource.ca Receives Canadian Law Blog Award

A&B's startups blog, StartupSource.ca, was recognized as one of Canada’s Best Practice Group Blogs in the 2015 Canadian Law Blog Awards! We are proud to share this award with Gowlings and McCarthy Tétrault LLP and would like to congratulate all of the other 2015 Clawbies’ winners. Click here to read the complete list.

2015 was an exciting year for the Canadian legal blogosphere and we thank Clawbies for continuing to encourage and highlight Canadian bloggers in the legal industry.

We look forward to posting many new articles, interviews and insights on StartupSource.ca and wish everyone a very successful 2016!

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