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Tribunal Efforts towards Truth and Reconciliation

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Tribunal Efforts towards Truth and Reconciliation

Tribunals have provided information about their efforts in relation to:

  • Cultural Competency/Safety/Humility/Acumen
  • Diversity & Inclusion: Recruitment, Hiring & Retention
  • Indigenous Laws, Traditions & Dispute Resolution Practices
  • Community Engagement

Alberta Energy Regulator: describes steps taken, including: 

  • holding hearings in the community
  • implementing cultural practices at the hearings
  • Training for hearing commissioners
  • Engagement and cultural understanding
British Columbia Workers’ Compensation Appeal Tribunal

British Columbia Workers’ Compensation Appeal Tribunal

  • has navigators for persons who identify as Indigenous
  • has made public:
    • its commitment to reconciliation
    • the findings and recommendations of WCAT’s Community Advisory Committee
    • steps WCAT is taking to provide services that are accessible and inclusive
British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal

British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal

  • has reported on implementation of the Report, including:
    • established advisory committee
    • audited hiring processes to identify barriers to the recruitment and hiring of Indigenous persons
    • draft Framework for Recruitment, Hiring and Retention of Indigenous Peoples
    • draft Indigenous Cultural Competency and Humility Framework
    • revised forms, including for plain language and self-identification as Indigenous 
    • appointment of Indigenous members and mediators
    • process for Indigenous complainants
    • process options for Indigenous parties