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Legal aid services expanded to Aboriginal communities around BC

Five legal aid offices have now expanded their legal aid services to Aboriginal communities around BC. Staff from these offices now travel to certain remote Aboriginal communities to take legal aid applications and provide referrals to other services that can help. They travel to the following communities around the province:

From Nanaimo, Denice Barrie travels to:

  • Qualicum
  • Snaw-naw-as
  • Penelakut
  • Lake Cowichan
  • Malahat
  • Snuneymuxw
  • Stz’uminus
  • Lyackson/Halalt

From Salmon Arm, Arthur Channer travels to:

  • Splats’In

From North Vancouver, Dan Sudeyko travels to:

  • D’Arcy
  • Mount Currie

From Victoria, Roland Kuczma travels to:

  • Tseycom Reserve
  • Esquimalt First Nation
  • Port Renfrew Reserve

and from Kamloops, Louise Richards travels to:

  • Adams Lake
  • Neshonilith
  • Chu Chua

For more detailed information about when applications are being taken in these communities, please contact each legal aid office directly.

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