LUKE M. DAY

LUKE M. DAY

Luke grew up in Alberta and was an Investment Advisor for one of Canada’s leading national Investment Banks prior to attending Dalhousie Law School in 2000, obtaining his LL.B. in 2003.

Luke maintains a general practice focusing on Commercial Civil Litigation, Contract Law, Employment Law, Development Law, Condominium Law, Construction Law, Personal Injury, Bankruptcy and Insolvency, Immigration Law and Corporate/Commercial Law. Luke has represented clients before various tribunals and courts, including:  Federal Court of Canada, Court of Appeal of Alberta, Alberta Court  of Queen’s Bench, Alberta Provincial Court, Alberta Human Rights Commission, Alberta Labour Relations Board, Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench and Saskatchewan Provincial Court.

An active member of the community, Luke currently sits on the Medicine Hat College Board of Governors and is a past Board Member of the Community Foundation of Medicine Hat and Southeastern Alberta.  When he is not busy with his legal practice and family, Luke enjoys snowboarding, tennis, traveling, politics and is an avid hockey fan.

Education

What my clients say...

Luke was extremely professional and compassionate while assisting us with our immigration case. I would highly recommend Luke.

What my clients say...

From the time I first contacted your office, they were professional and efficient. When I had my consult with Luke, he explained in terms I understood, not just a bunch of legal jargon. I felt I was in good hands. I’m glad I called!!

What my clients say...

Luke was very knowledgeable and understanding. Very helpful.

Business

#MedHat Construction Biz: Ready for New OHSA Changes on June 1st?

Once an agreement on location and compensation is reached with the operator, I advise my clients that a Right-of-Entry Order issued by the Surface Rights Board protects their rights better than signing a Surface Lease or Easement form prepared by the Company.