Lawyers in Surrey and Metro Vancouver Lawyers Serving Surrey Residents   Businesses

This map shows the location of Surrey and the main municipalities closest to Downtown Vancouver.  And is sponsored by Dilraj Gosal, Criminal Defense Lawyer licensed to practice in BC, Canada and Washington State, USA - see - www.GosalLaw.com


Surrey Lawyer for Real Estate Property Transfers, Conveyancing

Photo Mary Jane Wilson, Wills Estates lawyer and Real Estate Transactions and Conveyancing Lawyer

Mary · Jane Wilson, LLB

Greig, Wilson & Rasmussen LLP
300, 15127 - 100th Ave
Surrey, B.C., V3R 0N9
Tel: (604) 583 - 7917
Email: gwrlawyers.com

Surrey Lawyer for Personal Injury / I.C.B.C. Claim's Disputes & Family Law Cases

Renee Aldana, LLB practising family law and personal injury law in Surrey

RENÉE ALDANA
B.A. LL.B.
focuses on family law and personal injury law
Associate Lawyer with Greig, Wilson & Rasmussen LLP.in Surrey.

Renée Aldana, BA, LL.B., an associate lawyer with Greig, Wilson & Rasmussen LLP. Renée practices primarily in the area of family law and personal injury, but also branches out to various aspects of civil litigation.  Renée has experience in family law matters both in the Provincial Court and Supreme Court of British Columbia.  Renée prides herself on assisting families in resolving their family law matters reasonably and amicably when possible and through the courts when necessary.  Prior to being called to the Bar in British Columbia, Renée had the opportunity to assist lawyers in both Ontario and Saskatchewan in their family law practices. 

Contact Information:
Renée Aldana, associate lawyer
Greig, Wilson & Rasmussen LLP.
Telephone (604) 583-7917,
Email raldana@gwrlawyers.com

Surrey Lawyer for Litigation & Family Law Cases

Stuart Koop, LLB, Civil litigator, with emphasis on family law

STUART KOOP B.A., LL.B.

Stuart Koop completed his B.A. in Religious Studies at the University of British Columbia in 2003.  He attended law school at the University of Manitoba from 2004 - 2007, where he received academic honours in Trust Law, Administrative Law and Advocacy. During his time in Winnipeg, Stuart volunteered with Legal Aid and the Manitoba Bar Association's Mentorship Program.  In May 2007, Stuart joined Greig, Wilson & Rasmussen LLP as an articled student. During his articling year, Stuart worked with the partners on both barrister and solicitor matters. He was called to the British Columbia bar in May 2008. Stuart works primarily as a litigator, with an emphasis in family law.

Stuart Koop
Associate Lawyer
Greig, Wilson & Rasmussen LLP
300, 15127 - 100th Ave
Surrey, B.C., V3R 0N9
Tel: (604) 583 - 7917
Email: skoop@gwrlawyers.com

Surrey Population General Statistics

Statistics Canada Graphic of Table showing Visible Minorites that are a Significant Part of the Population of Surrey

Statistics on Visible Minorities in Surrey from Statistics Canada based on 2006  Census Data - This graphic is partial copy from www.statcan.gc.ca Visible minority population characteristics Surrey, City British Columbia Total 	Male 	Female 	Total 	Male 	Female Total population-- 	392,450  	193,750  	198,700  	  	4,074,380  	1,998,385  	2,075,995 Total visible minority population85 	181,005  	89,195  	91,810  	  	1,008,855  	484,110  	524,750       Chinese 	20,210  	9,965  	10,240  	  	407,225  	195,325  	211,900  South Asian-- 	107,810  	53,730  	54,080  	  	262,290  	130,065  	132,225 Black 	5,015  	2,535  	2,475  	  	28,315  	14,915  	13,395 Filipino 	16,555  	7,470  	9,085  	  	88,075  	37,070  	51,005 Latin American 	3,785  	1,755  	2,035  	  	28,965  	13,385  	15,575 Southeast Asian87 	9,240  	4,550  	4,685  	  	40,685  	19,780  	20,910 Arab 	1,805  	940  	865  	  	8,635  	4,670  	3,965 West Asian88 	1,790  	950  	840  	  	29,810  	15,445  	14,360 Korean 	7,665  	3,720  	3,945  	  	50,490  	24,170  	26,320 Japanese 	2,090  	1,025  	1,065  	  	35,060  	14,950  	20,115 Visible minority, n.i.e.-- 	655  	315  	335  	  	3,880  	1,985  	1,900  Multiple visible minority  -- 	4,395  	2,235  	2,160  	  	25,420  	12,345  	13,070 Not a visible minority-- 	211,445  	104,555  	106,890  	  	3,065,525  	1,514,275  	1,551,250

Statistics Canada 2006 reports use the above terms for different visible minority groups: