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October 26, 2015

By Bruce McIvor

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Steven Francis(2 years ago)
I like your posts. Great perspective!

Bruce(2 years ago)
Thanks very much, Steven.

kevin abrahams(2 years ago)
10-Q

Allen Cummings (2 years ago)
Look forward to the updates. I work for the Wet'suwet'en hereditary Chiefs who with the Gitxsan advanced the historic Delgamuukw case.

Bruce McIvor(2 years ago)
Thanks for signing up, Allen. I hope you enjoy the updates, case summaries and essays.

Michael mcdonald (1 year ago)
I came here thinking ithis was an aboriginal law firm! I checked out your team but I didn't seen any one being recognized as a n aboriginal person! We need more representation can't you even recruite an aboriginal articling clerk at least! How can you truly know what it is like for us unless you walked in our shoes? Can you truly say you identify with us? Do you know what it feels to live in poverty, to suffer thru colonization, to suffer thru constant system racism especially in all facets of the justice system? I appreciate your desire to help but at least have some one on your team that knows what it is like to be us!

Bruce McIvor(1 year ago)
Thanks for taking the time to comment, Michael. I don't emphasize my personal background but my friends and many of our clients know it. As for employing more Indigenous people, we have in the past and will again when the right opportunity arises.

Neil paul(12 months ago)
Can't wait to be cot up

Georgia Campbell (1 month ago)
I look forward to reading your articles and following your blog. I am FN decent, work for Provincial Government and am very interested in how law applies to FN groups in BC and in Canada.

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