Calgary lawyer Drew Lafond, vice-president of the Indigenous Bar Association (IBA), chaired a presentation on Indigenous citizenship at the association’s 30th Annual Fall Conference in Saskatoon on November 2.
Drew was joined by Merle Alexander and Tamara Napoleon of Miller Titerle Law Corporation to discuss the findings of an IBA report on Indian status and membership and Indigenous citizenship in Canada.
The IBA’s 30th Annual Fall Conference took place at the Delta Bessborough in Saskatoon from November 1-3, 2018.
About the Indigenous Bar Association
The IBA is a national association promoting the advancement of legal and social justice for Indigenous peoples in Canada. Its members include lawyers, judges, legal academics and scholars, articling clerks and law students.
About Drew Lafond
Drew provides advice to First Nations and Métis communities on economic development, corporate structure, finance, governance, taxation, oil and gas development, and liquor and gaming licensing.