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Aida Nabavi

Associate

Toronto

PROFILE

Aida is an associate in our commercial real estate group, where she is developing a broad commercial real estate practice with a focus on commercial leasing.

Aida completed her J.D., at Osgoode Hall Law School.  Prior to attending law school, she received her B.Sc degree from York University in Kinesiology.

Aida has a passion for advocacy and has worked at the Human Rights Legal Support Centre where she helped hundreds of clients facing discrimination in Ontario. Aida was also a mentor to first year Osgoode students and a member of Pro Bono Students Canada to help with access to justice initiatives for many clients in her community.

In addition to her passion for the law, Aida has committed herself to serving her community. For many years, she has been actively volunteering with many organizations, such as Circle of Care and North York Harvest Food Bank. As an appreciation for her dedication and commitment, she was nominated for the Ontario Volunteer Service Award and featured as the volunteer of the month in the Circle of Care provincial newsletter.

In her free time, Aida enjoys running while listening to podcasts.

Publications

NOVEMBER 12 2020

Come See The Many Sides of "CERS": New Targeted Government Support Program to Help Businesses Through the Pandemic

On November 2, 2020, the Government of Canada introduced Bill C-9, which sets out details of the new rent support program called the Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy ("CERS"), which was previously announced on October 9, 2020. Bill C-9 would serve to amend the Income Tax Act (Canada). As of the date of this article, the legislation has yet to receive royal assent and remains subject to change.

The new rent subsidy provides support to qualifying businesses, charities, and non-profits that have suffered a revenue drop as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. CERS effectively replaces the Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance ("CECRA") program and provides more flexibility and accessibility to both commercial tenants and property owners.

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Education:

  • Called to the Ontario Bar, 2021
  • J.D., Osgoode Hall Law Schoool, 2020
  • B.Sc, York University, 2016
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