<span style="font-size: 22pt;">Indigenous Reconciliation</span>

Indigenous Reconciliation

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Rights Recognition

Rights Recognition

Admitting denial is 50% of the way

By Merle Alexander
What are We Missing in the Reconciliation Conversation?

What are We Missing in the Reconciliation Conversation?

By Ry Moran and Nicole D. Bresser
Inside this issue:

Barristers and solicitors of British Columbia are sworn to “uphold the rule of law and the rights and freedoms of all persons according to the laws of Canada.” But those laws aren’t always just. This issue of BarTalk grapples with the legacy of colonialism, unjust laws and attitudes, and the lawyer’s duty in the face of oppression. Authors call for community and understanding, discussing issues, including treatment of Indigenous youth and adults by the court, Indigenous cultural rights and implications of a UN treaty on the same, the work of the CBABC’s working group, and commentary on justice reform initiatives.

Columns

Features

Bill Veenstra
FROM THE PRESIDENT
Power and Influence

by Margaret A. Mereigh

What are We Missing in the Reconciliation Conversation?

Five points to consider when approaching reconciliation

by Ry Moran and Nicole D. Bresser

Caroline Nevin
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
An Awakened Country and Bar

Reconciliation begins with humility

by Caroline Nevin

Indigenous Language Rights

by Darwin Hanna

David J. Bilinsky
PRACTICE TALK
Innovation in Law

New ways of moving things forward

by David J. Bilinsky

Rights Recognition

Admitting denial is
50% of the way 

by Merle Alexander

Tech Tips
DAVE'S TECH TIPS
Legal Technical Innovations

Here are some common alternatives:

by David J. Bilinksy

Gamlaxyeltxw v. British Columbia

The impact of modern treaties on overlapping land claims

by Alexander Bjornson

Tony Wilson
NOTHING OFFICIAL
You Only Live Twice

Remembering two soldiers from the First World War

by Tony Wilson, QC

Tina Dion, QC
CBABC Taking Action

Implementing the TRC Calls to Action

by Tina Dion, QC

Tina Dion
Indigenous Matters
These words will always ring true:

by Leah D. George-Wilson

Frances-Rosner
Disrupting the Inertia

And implementing reconciliation within the criminal justice system

by Douglas White III

Frances-Rosner
Indigenous Matters
Why Gladue Should Form Part of the Indigenous Child Protection Framework

by Frances Rosner

Tina Dion
Generous Acts of Reconciliation

by Karen L. Showshoe

    Tina Dion
Online Extra
Indigenous Courts

Taking the initiative

by Tina Dion, QC

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BC Legislative Update
2019/2020 Law Foundation Graduate Fellowships

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From Courthouse Libraries BC: A TRC Reading List
First Nation Claims: Tribunal Practice Directions Must Consider Funding Available to Claimants