Stevens & Company lawyer Jennifer Trotti looks forward to presenting at the INFONEX Conference; First Nations Human Resource Management in Vancouver, September 15-17, 2015 on
“Workplace Harassment; an Inclusive Scope of 
Employer Liability”
Please see this link for further detail about the Conference, including an Agenda outlining speakers and presentation topics.
Stevens & Company is proud to be on the Planning Committee for Canada Day 2015!!
The event is being held on July 1st, 2015 in beautiful Parksville, BC. Past years have drawn crowds up to 25,000!  From the parades to the bands to the fireworks; this is one of the most exciting community events of the year. Be sure to bring your family and friends. Thank you to the Parksville & Regional District Chamber of Commerce for hosting this event. Let the countdown to summer begin…
On Wednesday, April 1st, 2015 Women’s Wealth Wednesday at the Oceanside McMillan Arts Center presents: 

“Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way:  Planning Your Legacy”

with  Stevens & Company Wills & Estates Lawyer Lisa Holmgren

Each session is limited to 10 people.  To reserve your seat, call Glory Gray, Hollis Wealth at 250-821-1990 ext 3. Please refer to the McMillan Arts Center website for more information –> http://mcmillanartscentre.com/womens-wealth-wednesday-planning-legacy/

Do you have plans after work on Thursday, November 20th, 2014? Do they include wine, appies, introductions and networking?? If not, swing by Stevens & Co:

~Stevens & Company is hosting the Chamber of Commerce’s November ‘Business After Business‘ event~

Business Lunch2

Date: Thursday, November 20th, 2014

Time: 5:00-7:00pm

Location: Stevens & Company

What? Introductions, networking, appies, wine and more!

**Bring business cards**

Check out this article about Stevens & Co. founder, Sam Stevens, in this months edition of the Business Examiner newspaper~


Stevens & Company is hosting an AKSIS workshop on Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014 in Edmonton.

Discussion Topic:  ‘Aboriginal Business: Economic Development Rooted in Traditional Val

Jennifer Stevens & Tracy Samra will provide Aksis members with an overview of the current operating environment for First Nation and Metis businesses in the Edmonton area. They will examine Aboriginal business models and identify their best practices for internal governance, operations and business relations. They will also explore concepts that support sustainable economies.


      • Today’s Aboriginal Business Environment: Sole Proprietors to FN Groups of Companies
      • Choosing the Right Business Structure: A Model that Meets Your Needs
      • Tools for Operations: Simple Effective Codes and Best Practices
      • Key Business Relationships: Businesses, Government Relations & Community Engagement
      • Negotiating Agreements: Simple Contracts to Impact Benefit Agreements
      • Case Studies: Successful First Nation Economic Models
      • Sustainable Economic Development: Creating a Thriving & Diverse Aboriginal Economy

If you are a First Nations business owner or entrepreneur in Alberta, you don’t want to miss this~