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- Systemic Barriers & Indigenous Children: Indspire
Tansi Nîtôtemtik, Photo retrieved from: This week, ReconciliAction YEG is discussing how government and not-for-profit actors have responded to systemic barriers facing Indigenous children. Two days will relate to the actions taken by the First Nations Child & Family Caring Society before the Cana … Read more »
- ILSA Speaker Series: Panel Discussion and the Aboriginal Justice Award
Tansi Nîtôtemtik, Left to right: Lola Antonius, Lisa Weber, Judge Arcand-Kootenay, Breanna Arcand-Kootenay, Mark Tripe de Roche and Tyler Tremel As we complete our coverage of last week’s Speaker Series hosted by the Indigenous Law Students’ Association (“ILSA”), today’s post will broadly cover Fr … Read more »
- Tracey O’Donnell: The Anishinabek Child Well-Being Law
Tansi Nîtôtemtik, Photo retrieved from: On March 7, 2019, Tracey O’Donnell, legal counsel to the Anishinabek Nation, delivered a talk at the University of Alberta Faculty of Law as part of the Indigenous Law Students’ Association’s (“ILSA”) Indigenous Child Welfare Speakers Series.  O’Donnell was … Read more »
- ILSA Speaker Series: Claudia Berland
Tansi Nîtôtemtik, Image retrieved from: . The blog continues our coverage of last week’s Speaker Series presented by the University of Alberta’s Indigenous Law Students’ Association. The topic this year was Indigenous child welfare. Today’s post summarizes the talk given by Claudia Berland, a Cree w … Read more »
- ILSA Speakers Series: Youth Speak Out
Tansi Nîtôtemtik, Photo retrieved from: Today, we continue our coverage of the Indigenous Law Students Association’s Speaker Series from last week. The theme of the week was “Child Welfare”, and on Tuesday the audience was privileged to hear powerful stories from three brave Indigenous young adult … Read more »
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