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Accreditation

 
Grapple’s on-demand, online CPD conforms to all the Canadian Law Societies’ mandatory CPD requirements as outlined in more detail below.*
 

Ontario

All of Grapple’s professionalism and/or practice management content has been approved by the Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) for Professionalism Hours. Substantive content does not 
need LSUC approval to count toward your CPD targets. Please note that Grapple’s on-demand
content is eligible for a maximum of six hours per calendar year.
 


British Columbia

Grapple is an accredited provider of CPD in British Columbia. Unless otherwise noted, all of Grapple content
complies with the B.C. Law Society’s “Online Interactive Program” approved for CPD.
 


Quebec

Grapple’s CLE content complies with the Barreau du Québec's requirement for Mandatory Continuing Education
as "
Training activities held outside the Province of Québec and approved by another Canadian bar" (LSUC and BCLS).


Alberta

Grapple’s CLE content complies with Law Society of Alberta’s requirement to develop and declare a
CPD plan. Grapple will maintain your CPD records for five years, in compliance with the regulations.
 


Saskatchewan

Grapple’s CPD content complies with the Law Society of Saskatchewan’s “Interactive Self-Study Online
Course” requirements for CPD. Look for Grapple content on the Law Society of Saskatchewan’s online
portal. If you cannot find the content, please email support@grapplelaw.ca.
 


Manitoba

The Law Society of Manitoba does not accredit or approve CPD activities; however, Grapple’s on-demand
CPD content is acceptable under the definition of eligible CPD activities.
 


New Brunswick

Grapple’s CPD content complies with the Law Society of New Brunswick’s CPD requirement for “real-time”
online courses with Q&A provisions. Look for Grapple content on the list of accredited activities the
“Report/Display your MPCS Hours Online” link on the Law Society of New Brunswick’s website. If you
cannot find the content, please email support@grapplelaw.ca
 


Nova Scotia

The Nova Scotia Barrister’s Society is not accrediting CPD programs or pre-approving CPD activities;
however, they will provide guidance as to what type of programs or activities fall into one of the three
required categories (e.g., substantive education and skills development, risk and practice management,
and/or professionalism). Grapple’s on-demand CPD content is acceptable under the definition of
eligible CPD activities.
 


Prince Edward Island

The Law Society of Prince Edward Island does not accredit or approve CPD programs. Grapple’s
on-demand CPD content is acceptable under the definition of eligible CPD activities.
 


Nunavut

Grapple’s CPD content fulfills the requirements of “Restricted Self-Study” under the categories of
recognized activities. As such, there is a two hour maximum per calendar year. However, as long as
lawyers abide by the CPD requirements set by the Law Society of Nunavut, members can use their
12 hours of CPD fulfilled in another jurisdiction.
 


Yukon

The Law Society of Yukon does not accredit providers or subject matter.  Grapple’s on-demand CPD content
is acceptable under the definition of eligible CPD activities.
 


Northwest Territories

The Law Society of the Northwest Territories does not accredit or approve programs.  Grapple’s
on-demand CPD content is acceptable under the definition of eligible CPD activities.
 


Newfoundland

There are currently no mandatory continuing professional development requirements for Newfoundland
and Labrador.
 


*DISCLAIMER:

It is the responsibility of each user to ensure participation in activities will fulfill your CPD/MCLE requirements.
Grapple assumes no responsibility of any kind for any errors or omissions in the content of, or arising from
your or other parties’ use of this information. This information is provided for your information only – Grapple
does not guarantee the completeness or accuracy of any information provided herein.

 

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