June 2019: In Brief
I apologize for the delay in this “In Brief” post for June 2019. I opened my own practice earlier last month and some things, like writing, had to take a back seat. Here is my In Brief for June 2019 and stay tuned for new comments on the National Inquiry’s findings in its final report in this space!
In June 2019
I started my own practice in June.
I celebrated my one-year anniversary of being a lawyer by writing this post.
I wrote an op-ed on the final report from National Inquiry into MMIWG2S.
I commented on the use of the term genocide in the final report.
I made some comments on the National Inquiry's conclusions on some radio shows: the Charles Adler show; the Arlene Bynon show; and the Jon McComb show (I may be missing a show or two).
For July, I am doing a final session on trauma-informed advocacy. Check it out!
In my inbox:
Canada approves the Trans Mountain Pipeline.
BC First Nation has a “change of heart”, now opposes Trans Mountain Pipeline.
Trans Mountain approval met with promised resistance by First Nations.
In my feeds:
Fort McMurray work camp moratorium defeated at council. See original article here.
On man camps, see discussion in Maclean’s here as discussion appears in the final report of the National Inquiry into MMIWG2S.