2020 has certainly been a unique and trying year but it continues to remind me of all of the privileges I have. So many in our City, in our Province, in our Country and in our World struggle with so much and NORDAL Law Office believes it is the responsibility of those with privilege to […]
On January 4, 2019 Ronni was humbled to be a part of a group of 18 lawyers who received their Queen’s Counsel designation in a ceremony presided over by Lieutenant Governor W. Thomas Molloy.
On November 1st NORDAL LeBlanc Law Office celebrated the beginning of its 3rd year. Like in all aspects of life, it is hard to believe that much time has passed. The firm has been successful in so many ways and that would not have been possible without the work and commitment of Dan and Michelle. […]
On February 28, 2018, a group of activists erected a teepee in front of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building. They remain there to this day. They gather under the name of “Justice for Our Stolen Children Camp”. The Campers are concerned with the over representation of Indigenous people in both the child apprehension and prison systems. […]
Do employees still need assistance protecting their rights in 2017? You bet they do. Recently I received a cold call (an inquiry from someone who is not a client). The person calling was a small business owner and before I could explain that I represent employees – not employers – he blurted out his question: […]
On April 13, 2017, the Nordal LeBlanc Law Office held its inaugural social justice awareness event. The goal of the firm’s events is to bring attention to a variety of social justice issues in our community – not by hearing from “talking heads” but rather by hearing from the very people who are living […]
By Daniel LeBlanc Saskatchewan’s Legal Aid system provides service in only two areas of law: criminal and family. It provides no assistance in people’s refugee or immigration claims. In February, Manitoba lawyer Bashir Khan called this lack of service unconstitutional, saying it upset people’s rights under section 7 of the Charter- the right to life, […]
A group of B.C. physicians are taking a stand as what they see as a waste of valuable health system resources when employer’s request a sick note from an employee who is absent with a cold or flu. The reasoning is in keeping with Nordal LeBlanc’s advice to clients that an employer must have […]
Nordal LeBlanc was privileged to represent the SJBRWDSU in this matter. The SJBRWDSU applied for, and received, intervener status before the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board in an application filed by the Saskatoon Public Library against CUPE, Local 2669 in which the employer argued that 28 employees should be removed from the existing bargaining unit. As […]
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