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  • Year in review – Iler Campbell LLP – 2020

    2020 began like a normal year. We were gearing up for our regular work, conferences, vacations, and personal milestones.   Suddenly we were thrust with our clients and the rest of the world into uncharted waters. Like everyone else, we started “pivot”, “social distance”, “mask‑up”, “zoom”, and, of c … Read more »

  • Reflections on the WE fiasco

    This article was first published on rabble.ca I watched last summer’s WE Charity brouhaha with particular interest. An apparently hugely successful charity and social enterprise empire, WE Charity found itself vilified in the media, resulting in the loss of donors and the eventual closing of its Can … Read more »

  • Time for an early new year’s resolution – book some training!

    Nearly five years ago, in March 2016, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO) released a landmark case for housing providers.  The decision, Welykyi and Rouge Valley Co-operative Homes Inc., was the first significant decision of the HRTO to relate to housing.  Although it was a co-op case, it he … Read more »

  • From a little idea comes a big program: CHFT Diversity Scholarships

    One of the highlights of the Iler Campbell year has always been attending the CHFT Diversity Scholarship Awards night every June.  We get dressed up and head out for a night on the town.  It’s such a heartwarming event, showing us the results of the support people pursuing post‑secondary education c … Read more »

  • Where there’s a will, there’s a way forward

    This article was first published on rabble.ca. COVID-19 has brought a lot of things into sharp focus for most of us — what we value; divisions in our society between those who can and cannot work from home; how we enjoy spending time; the quality of our domestic relationships; the challenge of “stay … Read more »