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Aboriginal Children and Child Welfare Policies

Although nearly everyone has heard the term, “Residential Schools,” it would appear that few really have a proper comprehension of the cruel realities and shame of Canada’s collective history.  With its origins in “civilizing the ‘petits sauvages’” [1] for the purpose of serving as wives and mothers to British Colonists, to the later modification of trying […]

Authors:

Stephanie Jansen
Stephanie Jansen is a student-at-law at the law firm of Attia Reeves in Edmonton, Alberta.
 

Who is a Parent? Not a Simple Question!

If anything could be said about the law, it is slow to change.  Our social structure continues to evolve at a faster pace than the law, which is creating difficulties in society and the courts.  We are seeing impacts on individuals and couples who are having children in non-traditional ways as the definition of what […]

Authors:

Stephanie Jansen
Stephanie Jansen is a student-at-law at the law firm of Attia Reeves in Edmonton, Alberta.
 


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