Archives - November 2019

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30
Nov

Colin Galinski—In the Spotlight

December 2019 This month’s spotlight is on CLEBC contributor Colin Galinski of Galinski Pension and Benefits Law Corporation.

27
Nov

CLEBC Wins Readers’ Choice Award for Legal Research – Print & E-books

CLEBC is thrilled to be one of the winners of Canadian Lawyer 2019-2020 Readers’ Choice awards for Legal Research – Print & E-books.

25
Nov

The Role of an Elder

Here are a few sources of information on the role of an Elder.

18
Nov

Jordan’s Principle: Indigenous Children Deserve Care, Not Funding Disputes

“Jordan’s Principle is about ensuring First Nations children receive the services they need when they need them.” (First Nations Health Authority)

13
Nov

2019 Leaders in Learning: Ardith Walpetko We’dalx Walkem, QC

2019 This year’s recipient, Ardith Walpetko We’dalx Walkem, QC, has demonstrated incredible commitment to mentorship, role modeling, and delivering learning opportunities to lawyers throughout her career, particularly regarding Indigenous laws and Truth and Reconciliation.

13
Nov

Louis Riel Day is November 16 in Canada

November 2019 I AM PROUD OF MY MÉTIS HERITAGE, and I was moved to watch the flag rise in front of the people’s house. So said BC Deputy Premier and Minister of Finance Carole James in 2017 as she joined other Métis and provincial government representatives in front of the British Columbia Parliament Buildings to …

8
Nov

Elder Law Case Update at the Canadian Elder Law Conference: Interview with Emily Clough

We are excited that Emily Clough will be presenting at the Canadian Elder Law Conference 2019.

7
Nov

Beyond the Binary: Two-Spirit People

Two-spirit identity is a critical and integral reconciliation and decolonization issue.