• Admitted to the Bar, 2010, Manitoba.


  • University of Manitoba (B.Ed., 1992; LL.B., 2009).


  • Board Member - Kidney Foundation of Canada – Manitoba Branch (May 2014 to 2017)
  • Board Member - Winnipeg Crimestoppers (October 2015 to 2017)


    • Canadian Bar Association
    • Manitoba Bar Association


    • Manitoba Bar Association 2014 Pro Bono Award (member of New Directions' team)
    • Dean’s Honour List (2007, 2008, 2009) and Pitblado Scholar (2007, 2008)
    • Blake’s Scholarship, recognition of academic performance by a student with multiple extracurricular responsibilities (2007, 2008)
    • Millennium Scholarship (2008, 2009)
    • Gilbert T. Gregory Memorial Prize in Real Estate Transactions (2009)
    • David Levin Memorial Prize in Real Estate Transactions (2009)
    • D.A. Thompson, Q.C. Prize in Contracts (2007)
    • Max Steinkopf Entrance Award (2006)

Articles by Daniel Ransom

Q & A With the Winnipeg Chamber: Legal issues when buying a Manitoba business

Deciding to buy a business is a high stakes moment for entrepreneurs, with legal ramifications as well as lifestyle changes, financial commitments and a wide array of other issues. The Winnipeg Chamber sat down with Dan Ransom, associate at Taylor McCaffrey…

Unregistered Mortgage Amending Agreements – FAQ

As a result of recent developments at Land Titles relating to unregistered mortgage amending agreements, which were the subject of our recent article here, many Manitoba lenders have been reviewing their internal mortgage renewal and amendment processes. Some of these…

Mortgage Sale and Foreclosure Proceedings in Manitoba – Unregistered Amending Agreements

The mortgage sale and foreclosure process in Manitoba is becoming more complex all the time. One recent development that has contributed to the complexity is the strict enforcement by the District Registrars of Manitoba of the rules relating to mortgage amending agreements

Mortgage Sale and Foreclosure Proceedings in Manitoba

Aside from situations involving farm land (where a leave order must first be obtained before commencing proceedings), land registered under The Registry Act (where the Courts have jurisdiction), and other rare exceptions, mortgagees can generally pursue mortgage sale and foreclosure…