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  • My Indigenous Law Summer Student Experience at the CRT

    Taanishi, Kaitlyn Hait dishinihkaashoon! Hello, my name is Kaitlyn Hait! I am a proud member of Métis Nation BC and the Métis Kelowna Association. I’m going into my third year in the JD/JID Common Law and Indigenous Legal Orders Law Degree at UVIC. This summer, I worked at the CRT in the position of … Read more »

  • Participant Satisfaction Survey – August 2020

    The Civil Resolution Tribunal anonymously surveys people who have gone through the tribunal process. We use this feedback to improve the way we serve the public. We report the cumulative results every month on this blog. We had only 45 responses to our satisfaction survey in August 2020. But we’re p … Read more »

  • CRT Statistics Snapshot – August 2020

    Do you like data? We do! Here’s our monthly report of key statistics. If there’s information you would like to see added to our monthly reports, please contact us. We will do our best to include it. “Open” includes disputes in screening, negotiation and facilitation, on hold, decision preparation, a … Read more »

  • Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples

    by Kaitlyn Hait, CRT Indigenous Law Summer Student Taanishi, Kaitlyn Hait dishinihkaashoon! Hello, my name is Kaitlyn Hait! I am a proud member of Métis Nation BC and the Métis Kelowna Association. I’m going into my third year in the JD/JID Common Law and Indigenous Legal Orders Law Degree at UVIC. … Read more »

  • British Columbia’s Motor Vehicle Accident Enhanced Care Insurance

    By Lauryn Kerr, CRT Legal Counsel Bill 11 – 2020: Attorney General Statutes (Vehicle Insurance) Amendment Act, 2020 was introduced this spring. It contains significant changes to how motor vehicle insurance works in British Columbia. These changes include moving to a “care-based” model of accident c … Read more »