Book a Free Consultation

Let’s get started.

Request a free consultation
Incomplete field(s). Please fix the errors and try submitting again.

MacGillivray Cares.

MacGillivray Law is privileged to operate across all four Atlantic provinces. Given the personal nature of the work that we do, our firm feels connected to these communities; we understand the challenges that are faced by our clients. MacGillivray Law supports initiatives and people across Atlantic Canada because we have a responsibility to improve the communities we operate and live in.

Currently, MacGillivray Law has four central programs focusing on conservation, food security, health and wellness, and supporting artists.

Trucks 4 Ducks Contest

The MacGillivray Injury Law Conservation Contest is a sweepstake in partnership with Ducks Unlimited Canada. Our goal with this contest is to have a win-win where Atlantic Canadians can enter to win exciting prizes and raise money to conserve the lakes, streams, and wetlands that make Atlantic Canada second to none in its natural beauty.

We are giving away three 4 x 4 vehicles, custom-built by Bespoke Motor Company in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. We are also giving away three $15,000 dream vacations as early bird prizes. Winners will be drawn from across Atlantic Canada.

Through this contest, we will help the Atlantic provinces maintain these habitats and spaces for future generations. 100% of your entry goes to Ducks Unlimited Canada to help fund their conservation efforts in Atlantic Canada.


Never Stop Training Initiative

Improving the health and wellness of our community is a priority for MacGillivray Law. We also understand the value of fitness instruction that instills virtues of discipline, respect, and care for oneself, especially for young people who may be going through a challenging time.

Research from leading health journals suggests a positive correlation between cognitive development in vulnerable youths and training in mixed martial arts. The structure, interaction with adults and other young people who may come from similar backgrounds, and an athletic output all help create a positive environment for young people to grow.

MacGillivray Law is launching a grant program to cover the costs of membership classes for young people in Atlantic Canada who would benefit from the positive intervention of structured martial arts classes. It is our hope that through this program, we are able to change the trajectory of some of the lives of young Atlantic Canadians.


Atlantic Food Security Initiative

Rising grocery prices, food insecurity, limited access to high-quality produce, and a general disconnect between consumers and where their food comes from has become an issue in Atlantic Canada and across the country. These challenges are shaping the lives of families and farmers and are prohibiting people to live full and healthy lives. In Atlantic Canada there is an abundance of farmland, fisheries, and a strong agricultural history; MacGillivray Injury Law wants to do what we can to support our local community.

In 2024, MacGillivray Law is running a grant program for small farmers, vendors, and non-profits that work in producing local food for local consumers.

Coming soon.


Supporting Artists

MacGillivray Law recognizes the challenges the art community faced during the COVID-19 pandemic, which created financial pressure on many artists in Atlantic Canada. We believe it is particularly important to support Mi’kmaq art and artists as a way to champion indigenous communities and promote better cultural understanding. Our firm has an ongoing relationship with artist Alan Syliboy and showcase his art in our marketing material and within our firm.

Coming soon.

BOOK A FREE CONSULTATION

Have questions for our team?

Consult Now

Request a
Free Consultation

MacGillivray Law is a personal injury law firm with offices in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland and Labrador. We serve clients all across Canada.

If you cannot travel to one of our offices, we will accommodate your circumstances and travel needs. We can provide a consultation by phone, Zoom, or FaceTime, or travel to meet you in your home when required.

If you would like to learn your legal options at no obligation, contact us today to set up a free consultation.

Request a free consultation
Incomplete field(s). Please fix the errors and try submitting again.