Tuesday, September 25th, 2012
From the Hamilton Spectator
The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada have a new commander.
Lieutenant-Colonel Lawrence Hatfield took charge of the regiment in a rainy parade celebration at Bayfront Park Sunday, succeeding Lieutenant-Colonel Gary Sexton.
“I’m very privileged today,” Hatfield said. “Our history is time-honoured, written in battle and blood.”
The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada are a Hamilton-based army reserve unit within 31 Canadian Brigade Group. Formed in 1903, it has 34 battle honours from the First and Second World Wars.
Monday, August 16th, 2010
An Address by Lawrence Hatfield
Mr Mayor, members of Council, and guests,
It is my privilege today to speak on behalf of those here tonight in military uniforms, those who have recently returned from tours with the Canadian Forces in Afghanistan. These men and women have, like so many other members of this community before them, answered the call. From the War of 1812, to the Boer War, to First and Second World Wars, to the Korean War, to the large number of UN, NATO, and peacekeeping missions, to now Afghanistan.
Tuesday, August 10th, 2010
Steve Arnold – The Hamilton Spectator;
The last thing a Canadian soldier in Afghanistan should have to think about is keeping a job back home.
The Hamilton Chamber of Commerce wants to give that comfort to the country’s reserve soldiers when they’re called into action. In a policy proposal, the business lobby group calls on the federal government to establish a system of tax incentives and other inducements to entice businesses to hold jobs of reservists and make up some of the difference between their military and civilian paycheques.
Tuesday, June 15th, 2010
Hamilton, Ontario Plaintiff personal injury lawyer, Stephen Sloan, attended the Spring 2010 Conference of the Canadian Society of Medical Examiners as a guest panelist to discuss the topic of chronic pain. Joining Steve on the panel were Ontario Superior Court Justice Salhany (ret.), Mr. George Cooke, President and CEO of Dominion of Canada Insurance Company, and Mr. Lee Samis, of Samis and Company, a well-known and respected defence lawyer. For approximately 2 hours, the panelists engaged in a robust discussion and were asked questions regarding the current treatment of chronic pain in both law and medicine.
Thursday, June 10th, 2010
On June 19th, 2010, Flaherty Sloan Hatfield was pleased to sponsor the 5th annual Hamilton Brain Injury Association Walk and Run. The events were held on Discovery Drive in Hamilton. It was a beautiful day with fun had by all. For more on the legal services pertaining to brain injuries call or visit Flaherty Sloan Hatfield today.