Arbitration Place launch

  • John G
    I wonder what the folks who have been running the British Columbia International Commercial Arbitration Centre for the past 25+ years think of the various Torontonians saying 'what Canada needs is a first-class arbitration centre'. Maybe it's what central Canada needs.

    What the ADR Chambers thinks would also be interesting, though it is not focused on international disputes.

    When BC established BCICAC in 1986, Ontario asked an expert advisory group if it should do the same. The advice was that the private sector could handle it and that public money would not be needed. The provincial government of the day went along with that advice ... and here we are!
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