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March 2, 2023

2 mars 2023






Upcoming events

HIP HOP SHUFFLE PARTY at the Stray Dog Brewing Company featuring DJ Kam and DJ Mace. Wanna go to the club but don’t want to leave the ‘burbs? It’s a limited, exclusive night. Tickets go fast, so don’t hesitate. Visit to purchase your tickets today.

KAROAKE NIGHT at the Orléans Brewing Co., 4380 Innes Rd. next to McDonald’s from 8:30 pm to midnight. Sing your heart out and enjoy craft beers and great food.

LIVE MUSIC AT TAPROOM 260 – The Underground performs live and in concert from 8 pm to midnight at Taproom260 located at 260 Centrum Blvd. in the Centrum Plaza. For more information visit

TAPROOM 260 – Bird King performs live and in concert from 8 pm to midnight at Taproom260 located at 260 Centrum Blvd. in the Centrum Plaza. For more information visit



Ottawa law firm has
deep roots in Orléans


Established in January 2021, Richardson Hall LLP prides itself on being a modern litigation law firm that focuses on families and their rights. The firm’s partners, associates, law clerks and students are a tight-knit family that work collaboratively so that their clients can focus on their own families and what matters most to them.

Partners Jonathan Richardson and Amanda Hall both went to high school in Orléans, where they currently live and raise their children with their respective spouses.

Having worked together since 2012, Jon and Amanda partnered to launch their own firm in January of 2021.

A native of Orléans, Jon has been practicing law for the past 16 years. His specialty is in the areas of family law and civil litigation with a particular focus on construction law.

Hailing from Newfoundland, Amanda moved to Orléans with her family in 1982. With over 20 years’ experience in the area of family law, she is highly proficient in representing clients in parenting matters, as well as property division, spousal support and child support claims.

Jon and Amanda, along with their associates Alison Southern, Victoria Boddy, Kayleigh Pink, Camille Ligier and Angela Livingstone pride themselves on working to meet their clients’ needs as efficiently as possible.

The Richardson Hall team has embraced technological efficiencies and is entirely cloud-based with team members able to work remotely as necessary to assist their clients.

A team of litigators, Richardson Hall is willing to go to court but embraces alternative dispute resolution when it is appropriate. The team is dedicated to helping clients protect their rights and will negotiate agreements or proceed to mediation when it will benefit their clients. Should litigation be necessary, Richardson Hall has experienced staff to work with clients to keep costs down and matters progressing in a timely manner.

“Being a small litigation firm with deep connections to the community gives us a great deal of flexibility,” Jon says. “We can work individually with every client to meet their needs, but also to bring a flexible and cost-effective team approach.”

To learn more about Richardson Hall LLP, the firm’s legal team and the services they provides visit


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