NCCABC is pleased to announce the following Board Members have been elected to serve as Executive Committee members to serve a two-year term from 2019 to 2021. PRESIDENT/CHAIR: Hugh Braker, QC, who served as the Association’s President for many years in the past, has been elected to fill the position of President once again. We […]

Native Courtworker Receives Certificate of Appreciation in Port Hardy

Please join me in Congratulating our Native Courtworker Charlotte Sukow from Port Hardy on her Certificate of Appreciation for continued Leadership and service to the Port Hardy Community. Presented to her by Corporal Voller of the Port Hardy RCMP. Congrats Charlotte you make our Team Proud. Keep up the great Community Initiatives! Mahsi Cho, Kim […]

Indigenous court celebrates a year of healing

Mark NIELSEN Article written by Mark NIELSEN. Published in the Prince George Citizen on MAY 9, 2019 08:00 AM . To view original article click here . One of the success stories was on hand when the first anniversary of a legal proceeding aimed at reducing the number of indigenous people revolving through the criminal […]

Native courtworkers celebrate 45 years of operations

Article written by PATRICK DAVIES published in the Williams Lake Tribune View original article here. For 45 years now the Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Colombia has worked tirelessly to assist First Nations peoples through the court systems. NCCABC was founded to provide Aboriginal people within the justice system information on their rights […]

Denisiqi and Changing Directions Partnership

Changing Directions, Denisiqi Services Society, the Boys and Girls Club of Williams Lake and District and the Williams Lake RCMP have, since October and running every second Friday, been hosting free, drop-in ice hockey for youth at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex. Our Program Manager, Changing Directions – In Support of Aboriginal Youth in Nanaimo, […]

Report of the Standing Committee on the Status of Women

SUMMARY Despite a long history of marginalization within Canada, Indigenous women continue to be pillars of their communities, acting as leaders, decision makers, role models and mentors. Nevertheless, some Indigenous women’s lives have been harmed by their experiences within the federal justice and correctional systems. Indigenous women are over-represented as offenders in the federal justice […]

Denisiqi and Changing Directions Partnership

Denisiqi partners with Changing Directions to put on ice hockey in the winter and ball hockey in the summer! It has been one of our most successful partnerships to get the youth active and more involved in the community. Denisiqi were the only Indigenous organization that participated in this year’s Rogers Ice Hockey winter event, […]