One of the ways that West Coast LEAF uses the law as a tool for social change is through public legal education. Our public legal education program encourages peopleRead More
From Inquiry to Action: What will the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Deliver?
In just over a month’s time, on June 3, the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls will release its much-anticipated final report in Gatineau, Quebec.Read More
Earlier this month, legal aid lawyers reached an agreement with the provincial government and Legal Services Society to stave off a strike. So, does this mean that the crisisRead More
In the summer of 2018, the province of BC announced that it was putting together an expert committee to study whether a basic income could reduce poverty and addressRead More
On the international stage, Canada has gained a reputation for being a leader in welcoming refugees. While in some respects this may be true, the reality is much moreRead More
In late February, I was given the opportunity to interview Director of Education, Kristen Gilbert (she/her/hers) from Options for Sexual Health in Vancouver, Canada’s largest non-profit provider of sexualRead More