National public opinion survey conducted online (in the provinces) and by telephone (in the Territories) with a representative sample of 5,732 Canadians (ages 18 and over), including 645 persons who identified themselves as Indigenous, between December 14, 2018 and January 16, 2019.
2022 Silas E. Halyk, QC Visiting Scholar in Advocacy Lecture: Presenter: Donald Worme
Media » Film and Video
First Nation lawyer discusses social justice advocacy for Indigenous peoples, how lawyers can best advocate those who are discriminated against in the civil and criminal justice system and the tools that are available to address judicial inequities.
Indigenous Law Bulletin, vol. 5, no. 13, November / December 2001, p. 76
Establishment of a Manitoba commission, to review the report and recommendations of the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry, in order to determine what the province was responisble for implimenting in the recommendations. The report contained over 400 recommendations.