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15 minutes ago, Frogger17 said:

My understanding is that Segev and FH&P will NOT send out ITCs, FYI. I could be wrong, but that’s as far as I know.

Thank you for this Frogger17. Based on their questionnaire, I wondered whether Segev was an ITC kind of firm... 

As time goes by today, I get more and more nervous that some of my other top choices have decided I didn't fit the bill... oh well. 

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13 minutes ago, bonkers said:

Two hours into this now. Is it safe to say that whatever is going out today is out?

I received one as recently at 10:05, so while it's possible that they are done for the day, I am nonetheless holding out hope that a few more show interest in me... however silly that hope might be.

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Just now, DoWellAndGood said:

I received one as recently at 10:05, so while it's possible that they are done for the day, I am nonetheless holding out hope that a few more show interest in me... however silly that hope might be.

Which one? Has it already  been listed in this forum?

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Anyone hear back from any of the following?

Lindsay Kenney

KPMG

Thornsteins

Sangra Moller

Wallace Dolden Follick

Young Anderson

Singleton Reynolds 

Just so we can all keep track :) 

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6 minutes ago, DoWellAndGood said:

I received one as recently at 10:05, so while it's possible that they are done for the day, I am nonetheless holding out hope that a few more show interest in me... however silly that hope might be.

There were 12 listings and it looks like you got invites from 4 of them. I think you did well and good.

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1 hour ago, bonkers said:

Anyone heard from Thorsteinssons LLP, Singleton Reynolds, Sangra Moller LLP, or FH&P LLP?

To my knowledge:

1. FH&P will not do ITCs

2. I’m pretty sure Thorsteinnsons and Singleton dont.

3. No clue about SM

Hope that helps !

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13 minutes ago, Frogger17 said:

To my knowledge:

1. FH&P will not do ITCs

2. I’m pretty sure Thorsteinnsons and Singleton dont.

3. No clue about SM

Hope that helps !

This is good to know! Thor was the firm I was most concerned about not hearing back from. 

Emails are also still coming out FYI. Sangra Moller sent out at least some ITCs in the past 20 minutes.

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15 minutes ago, Frogger17 said:

To my knowledge:

1. FH&P will not do ITCs

2. I’m pretty sure Thorsteinnsons and Singleton dont.

3. No clue about SM

Hope that helps !

I know that during OCIs at least, Singleton Reynolds did ITCs in the afternoon.

Might be safer to assume that they do it, but perhaps not necessarily in the early morning. 

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1 minute ago, Ginseng said:

I know that during OCIs at least, Singleton Reynolds did ITCs in the afternoon.

Might be safer to assume that they do it, but perhaps not necessarily in the early morning. 

I heard they might not do this year for articling, but I’d be happy to be wrong!

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6 minutes ago, Frogger17 said:

Do firms ever send ITCs on the Wednesday? I doubt it, but just curious ...

From last year's thread it appears not.

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6 hours ago, FortifiedEight said:

Did anyone hear from WorksafeBC or Victory Square Law Office? Thanks :)

Just heard from WorkSafe

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