Jorie Halcro, winner of the inaugural MLT Aikins Indigenous Scholarship, is now an articling student in the firm’s Saskatoon office.
After winning the first-ever MLT Aikins Indigenous Scholarship last March, Jorie … Read More
National Indigenous History Month is a dedicated period for all Canadians to recognize, celebrate and honour the diverse histories, cultures and contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples in … Read More
There’s no shortage of companies in the natural resources sector looking to partner with Indigenous communities – but not all partnerships are built on level playing fields.
Some Indigenous communities have … Read More
When Deborah Green first entered the corporate world, she pretended to be someone she wasn’t.
Her mother had experienced systemic racism as an Indigenous woman and wanted better for her daughter. … Read More
MLT Aikins is pleased to welcome associate lawyer Laura Schaan to the firm's Saskatoon office.
Laura's practice focuses on Aboriginal law, including matters related to Aboriginal and treaty rights, governance issues … Read More
Melinda Moch, a second-year law student at the University of Manitoba’s Robson Hall Faculty of Law, has been awarded the 2023 MLT Aikins Indigenous Scholarship in the amount of $6,000.
Melinda … Read More
On April 27, MLT Aikins lawyers Amyn Lalji, Drew Lafond and Travis Smith will participate in The Impact of UNDRIP on Resource Development Projects conference presented by the Pacific Business … Read More