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2 hours ago, Uqam2612 said:

Quelqu’un a des nouvelles de Blakes ou Osler ? 

Je pense que Blakes appelle lundi 

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Quelqu’un a des nouvelles de BLG ou Gowling ? 

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Quelqu'un a reçu des nouvelles du Ministère de la Justice Canada suite à l'entrevue ? 

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7 hours ago, UDEMicecream said:

Est-ce que quelqu'un a eu des nouvelles de Cain Montréal?

Non, et on m'avait dit d'ici la fin de la semaine 

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58 minutes ago, UdeMlaw8 said:

have people heard back from osler? 

Oui. J’ai reçu un appel en début de soirée pour la suite. 

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10 hours ago, almondmilklatte said:

Des nouvelles de BLG?

Les deuxièmes entrevues ont commencé jeudi. Les invitations au souper final (le 21) seront envoyées en début de semaine. 

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13 minutes ago, lahsud said:

Has Fasken finished calling for 3rd round?

I don't think so since some have second interviews on Monday

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19 hours ago, 123mcgill said:

Quelqu'un a reçu des nouvelles du Ministère de la Justice Canada suite à l'entrevue ? 

Les examens d'anglais ont commencé pour certains. J'ai eu la première partie du mien hier. Je sais que, pour d'autres, c'était mercredi.

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Si on a pas reçu de courriel d'invitation pour l'exam d'anglais, c'est mort selon toi? 

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