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Terrace Mayor and Council

Native Courtworker Les Taylor, Councillor Sean Bujtas, Native Courtworker Geelah Roches, Mayor Carol Leclerc,  Councillor Michael Prevost, Councillor Stacey Tyers, NCCAB.C. Northern Regional Manager Christina Draegen.

TAL Announcement

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Darla Rasmussen as the new Program Manager of Through an Aboriginal Lens (TAL). TAL is a collaboration between Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia and the Asante Centre in Maple Ridge, B.C. that provides support to Indigenous youth who have been referred for a Fetal […]

Release of Final Report on Court Delays

Release of Final Report on Court Delays/Publication du rapport final sur les délais dans le système de justice pénale (Le français suit ci-dessous) Dear Witnesses, On Wednesday, June 14, 2017, the Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs released its final report on court delays in the criminal justice system at the National Press Theatre […]

Terrace Law Days

Terrace Native Courtworkers were in attendance for Law Day. Local schools were attendance partaking in a number of activities. NCCAB.C. had a table with pamphlets, information and candy of course. A draw with NCCAB.C. items generated interest and interaction with our table. In attendance: Terrace Community Corrections, Terrace Restorative Justice Society, RCMP, Legal Aid, Local […]

NOTICE – BOARD OF DIRECTOR ELECTION

NOTICE BOARD OF DIRECTOR ELECTION FOR REGION #8 THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2017 ALL PERSONS OF ABORIGINAL ANCESTRY (INCLUDING FIRST NATION, NON-REGISTERED, METIS AND INUIT), OVER THE AGE OF EIGHTEEN (18), WHO ARE RESIDENTS FOR AT LEAST ONE COMPLETE YEAR WITHIN REGION #8, ARE INVITED TO A REGIONAL MEETING WHICH IS SCHEDULED FOR: 12:00 NOON Tseshaht […]

Memorandum of Understanding – NCCAB.C. and Aboriginal Justice Strategy

Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia and Aboriginal Justice Strategy Collaboration 2016 This year, the Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia received a capacity-building contract from the Department of Justice Canada to hold a series of joint committee meetings with the Aboriginal Justice Strategy justice programs in British Columbia. The goal […]