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21
Jun

Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day

By Melanie Hodges Neufeld Today is National indigenous Peoples Day! See the National Indigenous Peoples Day Events Page for a complete list of activities across the country. Saskatchewan events on June 21 include: Regina: Events at City Square Plaza and Government House Saskatoon: How to discover your indigenous ancestry For more information, please see our earlier post.
20
Jun

This Week in Legal Ethics – New Conduct Review Ruling

By Melanie Hodges Neufeld As I mentioned in a previous post, the fact situation and outcome of Conduct Reviews are published anonymously on the Law Society website in our Conduct Review Database. A Conduct Review is a face to face meeting with a member who is the subject of a complaint that raises conduct issues ‘close to the […]
20
Jun

Indigenous Law Resources List

By Alan Kilpatrick The 21st annual National Indigenous Peoples Day occurs on June 21, 2018.  In recognition of the event, our library staff have compiled a brief list of Indigenous law resources available in the Law Society Library’s collection: Dickson, Jamie. The Honour and Dishonur of the Crown: Making Sense of Aboriginal Law in Canada. […]
19
Jun

TRC-Related CPD Activities Bundle

By Sarah Rider Continuing Professional Development, Law Society of Saskatchewan  For the remainder of the month of June, in recognition of National Indigenous History Month and in celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21st, the CPD department of the Law Society is offering all TRC CPD programs to date at a special rate! […]
19
Jun

More commentary from Saskatchewan is now on CanLII

Repost with Permission from The CanLII Blog When I think of the time I lived in Saskatchewan, one of the things I remember most fondly is the can-do attitude. When Saskatchewanians want something they don’t wait around, they all get together and build what they need. Many small provinces and territories in Canada have not […]