Jean Sorensen|Jun 21, 2016
The recent Law Society of British Columbia benchers’ retreat in Penticton was used to build stronger ties with the indigenous community and gain a broader awareness of the issues underlying the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s call to action and its 94 recommendations.
There are, for example, a disproportionate number of aboriginal children now in government care in Canada and a disproportionate number of native men and women filling our jails. Not to mention the numbers of missing women and affected families because of domestic violence.
Bluntly speaking: Can the legal community bring them home?