2021 Provincial Training Conference has ended
  1. Sign up for Sched (Click on the Saturn icon in the top-right corner)
  2. Click the check mark beside the sessions you would like to participate in (*Note sessions with pin symbols are mandatory)
  3. Done! To see your personalized schedule click on your icon/the icon on the top-right and select "MySched"

Participants - Click HERE for a step-by-step guide on how to:
  • edit your profile
  • print your schedule
  • sync your calendar, and more!
Speakers - Click HERE for your step-by-step guide.

For additional support please contact Kayla Black at kblack@lawfoundationbc.org 
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Gloria Cardinal

Indigenous Community Legal Clinic
Legal Assistant/Advocate
Vancouver, BC
Gloria has been a Legal Advocate/Legal Assistant with the Indigenous Community Legal Clinic for over four years.  Gloria has worked extensively with clients who have experienced trauma.  Her advocacy work includes interviewing clients for their Indian Day School claims, advocating for clients with RTB hearings, helping to complete the Sixties Scoop process - which has been ongoing since the August 2019 deadline, drafting of wills, and opening and closing of files within the Indigenous Community Legal Clinic.

Indian Day School clients are helped with writing their story about their experience at Indian Day School. At the ICLC we believe that a more complete narrative will help the client determine an accurate "Level of Harm" as described in the FIDSCAS application form and settlement agreement.

With the Limitation date of July 13, 2022 we will give pointers on how to help the clients finish up their claim in the best way possible.