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12
Jul

Elder Mediation Workshop at the Canadian Elder Law Conference: Interview with Joan Braun

Joan Braun and Vivian Kerenyi will be hosting an Elder Mediation workshop during the 2019 Canadian Elder Law Conference. In this blog post, we share an interview with Joan on her research, this exciting workshop, and her insights into elder mediation.

5
Jul

David Halkett—In the Spotlight

July 2019 This month’s spotlight is on CLEBC contributor David Halkett of McQuarrie Hunter LLP.

27
Jun

Elder Abuse Response Presentation at the Canadian Elder Law Conference: Interview with Laura Tamblyn Watts

By Sara Pon Canadian Centre for Elder Law Introduction We are so excited that Laura Tamblyn Watts, the Chief Public Policy Officer at CARP (Canadian Association for Retired Persons), will be presenting at the 2019 Canadian Elder Law Conference. CARP will be joining us this year as a silver level conference sponsor. Many of you will recall that Laura was …

25
Jun

MMIWG Brushing Off & Blanketing Ceremony This Saturday for Families and Survivors

An Uplifting Indigenous Families Association and Women Against Violence Against Women Collaboration. We will be hosting a Brushing off and Blanketing Ceremony at the newly renovated 312 Main Street ground floor. We only have 300 spots for the event so register for free today to secure your spot (register all family members). After the ceremony, …

25
Jun

IndigenEYEZ Youth Leadership Training in July

IndigenEYEZ camps provide a learning experience that brings creativity and the arts together with culture and on-the-land activities. We connect youth with the Earth and support them to find safe space to imagine, grow, and express themselves. (podcast page description) The 2019 youth camp will be held from July 14-21 just outside of Hedley in …

21
Jun

Web Documentary Spotlights Indigenous View of Canada’s Constitution

LET MILLIE POPLAR AND THE BAKER TWINS give you an Indigenous point of view on Canada’s Constitution in Supreme Law, an NFB interactive web documentary made in partnership with the Centre for Constitutional Studies and directed by two-time Emmy winner Katerina Cizek.

21
Jun

New Cultural Competency Book Hits the Shelves

BOB JOSEPH, CORPORATE TRAINER AND AUTHOR OF THE NATIONAL BESTSELLER 21 Things You May Not Know About The Indian Act, has now published Indigenous Relations: Insights, Tips & Suggestions to Make Reconciliation a Reality.

20
Jun

The Truth Sharing Podcasts Gives Voice to Loss and Healing

The Truth Sharing Podcasts is a project inspired by the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, that gives life to the truth and creates a living legacy of commemoration. This series of podcasts visited five Canadian communities to seek out and give voice to those who have experienced loss, examine the ways in which those affected are trying to heal, and shine a light on those trying to bring about positive change.

13
Jun

CLEBC supports and endorses the Access to Justice Triple Aim

On Wednesday, June 12, CLEBC’s CEO Linda Russell joined Attorney General David Eby, Chief Justice Robert Bauman, and the leaders of many of BC’s key justice organizations to sign the Access to Justice Triple Aim

30
May

CLEBC In the News—Judges help to improve advocacy in BC courtrooms

Read this article published in the Provincial Court of British Columbia’s eNews about CLEBC’s 20th Annual Winning Advocacy Skills Workshop held at the BC Provincial Court in Vancouver from July 4-6, 2019.

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