Tag: consultations

The CRT’s Commitment to LGBTQ+ Inclusion Since 2017, the CRT has included optional questions during the intake process, asking about participants’ pronouns and chosen names, to ensure participants are addressed respectfully throughout the CRT process. We’ve also made sure to use gender inclusive language in CRT communications, including tribunal decisions. We are proud that the CRT was the first tribunal or...

Posted by the CRT on August 6, 2021

Public Consultation – CRT Rules – April 2021 On May 1, 2021 the CRT will update its existing Rules. The planned changes are ready to share with you and we would like your feedback on them. View a draft of the revisions to the Rules. Please review this draft and contact us with your feedback, with the subject line “Rules Consultation”. We’ll forward...

Posted by the CRT on April 13, 2021

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Public Consultation: CRT Reconcili(action) Plan The Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT) is committed to reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. We acknowledge the historical and ongoing impacts of systemic racism, colonialism, and the residential school system on Indigenous peoples. We also recognize the resulting trauma, limited access to justice, and barriers to Indigenous representation, including among CRT staff and tribunal members. The CRT...

Posted by the CRT on January 12, 2021

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Invitation: Subject Matter Experts Needed – Motor Vehicle Injury Disputes Starting May 1, 2021, most disputes relating to injuries from motor vehicle accidents will come to the CRT. As part of our preparations, we’re developing plain language legal information for the public. This will become the content for our Solution Explorer for the new “enhanced accident benefits” area of CRT jurisdiction. We’re looking for Subject...

Posted by the CRT on November 10, 2020

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Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples by Kaitlyn Hait, CRT Indigenous Law Summer Student Taanishi, Kaitlyn Hait dishinihkaashoon! Hello, my name is Kaitlyn Hait! I am a proud member of Métis Nation BC and the Métis Kelowna Association. I’m going into my third year in the JD/JID Common Law and Indigenous Legal Orders Law Degree at UVIC. This summer, I am...

Posted by the CRT on August 28, 2020

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Invitation: CRT Application Form Consultation Are you a community advocate, legal clinic staffer, or someone who works with vulnerable populations in BC? The CRT is improving our application forms for dispute resolution. We want our forms to be more accessible for applicants with potential barriers or challenges, and also to people who might be helping someone understand and use our...

Posted by the CRT on August 6, 2020