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14 Mediators Serving Canada

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Cinnie Noble Senior MediatorSenior MediatorSenior Mediator Senior Mediator
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The focus of my mediation practice is in organizations/workplaces and professional colleges. However, I provide conflict management coaching for parties involved in mediations of all types, including collaborative law and court-connected, estates, elder and family. ... more
10 Buller Avenue #10
Toronto, ON M4L 1C1
CAN
416-686-4247
Fax: 416-686-9178
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Anita Dorczak, PhD.,LL.B., M.A
Westbrook Law Office
Dr. Dorczak uses her skills to provide reasonable solutions to clients' problems with the least possible time, cost and stress. "I work to accomplish what they feel entitled to, but I keep expectations realistic. If a divorce lawyer promises a result that is unattainable, the client has to deal with losing something they expected to get, on top of ... more
208, 11 Fairway Drive
Edmonton, AB T6J2W4
CAN
780.424.1212
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Ken S Maynard AccFM, CDFA, CVA Practitioner MediatorPractitioner Mediator Practitioner Mediator
Divorce the SmartWay
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Mediation Offices: Barrie | Toronto | Mississauga | Vaughan | Newmarket ... more
77 City Centre Drive
Suite 501, East Tower
Mississauga , ON L5B 1M5
CAN
877.932.8389
Fax: 877.932.8388
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Lynn Hutchinson Senior MediatorSenior MediatorSenior Mediator Senior Mediator
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I am engaged in Master level studies at Athabasca University and I hold a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a Major in Psychology and a Minor in Sociology. I am a Registered Social Worker who has worked with communities, families, children and parents for over 17 years. I have been involved in the Mediation field since 1995, in the Arbitration field sin ... more
10535-40A Avenue
Edmonton, AB T6J 6L5
CAN
(780) 436-2779
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Ken Smith
Discovery Leadership International Inc
Dynamic innovator committed to creating successful organizations and communities through inspired leadership

Strategic systems thinker with broad industry experience and an entrepreneurial orientation, who thrives on change and diversity

Energetic challenge seeker with demonstrated success at rebuilding private sector and regulatory age ... more

15388 24 Ave Suite 202
Surrey, BC A3A 2J2
CAN
604 562-2423
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Jennifer Dietrich Suzor Senior MediatorSenior MediatorSenior Mediator Senior Mediator
Suzor Law and Mediation
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Jennifer believes that mediation is something all families should try first. She is a lawyer/mediator who was Certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a Specialist in Family Law. She now practices exclusively in Mediation and Arbitration as an Accredited Family Mediator and Qualified Arbitrator. She is currently the President of the Ontar ... more
3231 Tecumseh Road East
Windsor, ON N8W1H2
CAN
5192522772
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The YES Resolution Group Inc.
The YES Resolution Group provides dispute resolution, facilitation, training, and coaching services for private, public and non-profit sector clients. Our company is based in Vancouver, British Columbia. ... more
17th Floor, Nelson Square
808 Nelson Street
Vancouver, BC V6Z 2H2
CAN
604-688-9377
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Murray Miskin Senior MediatorSenior MediatorSenior Mediator Senior Mediator
ADR Works
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Received Mediation training from Osgoode Hall Law School and Christopher W. Moore of Boulder, Colorado

Long term Board and Executive Member of ADR Ontario

Arbitration and Mediation Instructor since 1985

Former Toronto Roster Mediator

Chair of CBA National Sections Council 2007-09

Member of CBA Board of Directors and Fin ... more

Suite 263
380 Armour Rd
Peterborough, ON K9H 7L7
CAN
416-492-0989
Fax: 705-874-2692
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Michel A Jeanniot
Canadian Commercial Arbitration Centre
Organisme sans but lucratif, chef de file depuis près d’un quart de siècle, reconnu en mode alternatif de résolution de conflits, mandataire et gestionnaire indépendant de programmes d’arbitrages privés, publics et parapublics, et qui dans toute instance, par le biais de son Greffe, s’assure que les actes de procédure, ainsi que le déroulement de l ... more
1010, de la Gauchetière Street West
suite 950
Montreal, PQ H3B 2N2
CAN
514-448-5980
Fax: 514-448-5905
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Nancy Hack Senior MediatorSenior MediatorSenior Mediator Senior Mediator
What is Mediation?

MEDIATION is a private, informal dispute resolution process in which an impartial third person, a mediator, helps people to have difficult conversations and reach a mutual agreement on future plans of action.

It is a non-confrontational alternative which is less expensive and less time consuming than court action. Th ... more

11420 - 142 Street NW
Edmonton, AB T5M 1V1
CAN
(780) 414-1360
Fax: (780) 414-1361
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Elisabeth Sachs
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Family law litigation, collaborative family law and mediation practice; domestic contracts; arbitrator for family law disputes ... more
5 Mill Street, 1st Floor
Orangeville, ON L9W 2M2
CAN
519-942-9449
Fax: 519-942-9442
Email: Click Here   |  URL: http://www.sachslaw.com
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Norman Pickell Senior MediatorSenior MediatorSenior Mediator Senior Mediator
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Norman Pickell mediates various types of conflict. For a listing of these areas, please visit his web site. Norman's web site contains articles he has written on mediation together with mediation information written by others. The mediation and arbitration organizations to which he belongs are listed on his web site. Norman also offers arbitration ... more
58 South St.
Goderich, ON N7A 3L5
CAN
519-524-8335
Fax: 519-524-1530
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Nigel MacLeod
Macleod Boyle

A practicing member of the Law Society of Upper Canada since 1981, Nigel Macleod has been a mediator since 1991. Nigel carries on a blended practice of law and mediation and he is an Ottawa mediator for the Ontario Mandatory Mediation Program – Ottawa. He has qualified as a practicing member of the Association of Conflict Resolution (previous 19 ... more

202-900 Morrison Drive
Ottawa, ON K2H 8K7
CAN
613-829-7000 x223
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Elise Corriveau
DIALOGUE
Elise Corriveau chairs the prevention and settlement of disputes cabinet. She is a certified trainer, human, a Chartered Human Resources Professional, a Charted Administrator, and is also an Accredited Mediator by the Institute for Mediation and Arbitration of Quebec. She is also a member of the Institute of Arbitration and Mediation Canada and an ... more
1, Place Ville Marie, Suite 2001
Montreal, PQ H3B 2C4
CAN
(514) 455-6090 x 201
Fax: (514) 866-2115


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8/26: Parents ask government to agree to mediation with more than 11,000 signatures

Dozens of parents have delivered a petition with more than 11,000 signatures to the BC legislature. Mother Jordan Waters says the group wants the government to join the teachers’ union in mediation. “I am disillusioned with our government and their unwillingness to make public education a priority. I think it’s really short-sighted and they don’t see how investing in children is investing in our economic prosperity in the long run.” read


8/13: Opt for a common-sense divorce

Trying to get a divorce? Wondering why it’s taking so long and costing so much? Family courts are backlogged because we’ve been conditioned to believe the divorce process has to be both litigious and expensive. But it doesn’t have to be either of those things. If we applied some common sense — putting the beginning of our next chapter ahead of the retaliation we feel for ending the last chapter — it could be a much smoother process. The Ontario government knows that marriage dissolution is a right mess. It’s looking for ways to encourage people to talk it out rationally in order to keep families out of court. That’ll keep more money in people’s pockets too. read


7/03: Canada: Undergoing mediation? Both parties may be eligible for family lawyers

Separating couples who choose mediation may now both be eligible for legal aid family lawyers as Legal Aid Ontario (LAO) expands its pilot province-wide. Starting July 3, when one of the mediation clients is financially eligible for a lawyer, the other mediation client may also be eligible, as long as they earn up to a maximum of $50,000. This new service, which began as a pilot in select locations in February 2014, has LAO covering the cost of a family lawyer for up to six hours of support and advice for financially eligible clients participating in mediation. Clients can receive advice about the process before starting a mediation, assistance in preparing for the mediation and legal advice after the mediation to help them understand their rights and obligations under the mediated agreement. The lawyer can also assist with obtaining a court order or binding agreement based on the terms of the mediated agreement. read


5/27: Canadian Supreme Court reaffirms importance of protecting confidentiality of settlement negotiations

On May 8, 2014, in Union Carbide Canada Inc. v. Bombardier Inc., the Supreme Court of Canada rendered an important decision on the confidentiality of settlement negotiations, in the context of private mediations.  Union Carbide Inc. and Bombardier Inc. agreed to participate in a private mediation process. Their mediation agreement contained a standard confidentiality clause, providing that nothing transpiring during the mediation process could be alleged, referred to or sought to be put in evidence in a subsequent proceeding. At the end of the process, the parties thought they had reached a settlement, but then disagreed on its terms. As a result, Bombardier filed a motion to homologate the transaction before the Superior Court of Québec, making it public. Union Carbide moved to strike the allegations pertaining to events that occurred during the mediation, claiming that they were covered by the confidentiality clause in the mediation agreement. read


5/15: Supreme Court of Canada renders key judgment on out-of-court mediation

On May 8, 2014, the Supreme Court of Canada issued a unanimous judgment that is important for anyone who participates in private mediations. In Union Carbide Canada Inc. v. Bombardier Inc., the Supreme Court of Canada considered the interaction between the protection granted by private agreements providing for confidentiality of the mediation process and the common law privilege that covers settlement discussions. Specifically, the Supreme Court addressed the issue of whether a mediation agreement stipulating confidentiality of anything said or written during a mediation displaces the recognized exception to the privilege that allows the parties to prove the terms of a settlement agreement. read


4/01: Mediation for dog owner who assaulted man who killed family pet

A second trial slated for Monday between feuding neighbours in the R.M. of Grant has been referred to mediation. Facing one count of assault, Michael Price will be heading to mediation in early May. The charge stems from an incident in which the family’s dog, an eight-month old Saint Bernard, was shot and killed by their neighbour, Eugene Krawchuk when it wandered into their pasture. Referring the case to mediation requires that Price accept responsibility for his actions and participate in either mediation or a court diversion program, such as counselling. According to a Justice Ministry alternative measures program manual, if the mediation or alternative program is completed successfully, the charge will be withdrawn. read


2/20: Legal Aid Ontario pilots independent legal advice for mediation clients

Under a new pilot aimed at reducing unrepresented family litigants and improving outcomes, Legal Aid Ontario (LAO) will cover the cost of a family lawyer to support clients who choose mediation and to transform those agreements into legally-binding documents. "In looking at expanding access to justice for low-income Ontarians, mediation is a good alternative to having a judge or a third party step in to resolve family relationship issues," says John McCamus, Chair of LAO. "This voluntary process empowers people to resolve their family legal issues for themselves - and with this pilot, they can be assured that the end result is legally binding." read


1/13: New accreditation regs for B.C. family law mediation

Family law continues to evolve in British Columbia with new regulations providing for accreditation for those who wish to provide services in alternative dispute resolution. Among the ways people can work as family mediators, arbitrators, or parenting co-ordinators is through organizations such as the Law Society of British Columbia or Mediate BC. Kari Boyle, executive director of Mediate BC, says the regulations under the new Family Law Act that took effect Jan. 1, have significantly altered the field of family dispute resolution in the province as they give “the public a safe place to find mediators if they want.” “The act is clearly sending a message that families should first opt to try some of the out-of-court solutions,” she says. read


10/24: Over-the-fence fracas: Neighbours' feud erupts over obscene sign

After more than a decade as friendly neighbours, two Scarborough families have become locked in a bitter feud that blew up last week in an offensive lawn sign and visits from police. The cordial relationship between John Corcoran, 81, and Vicky Downing, 47, began to unravel over a year ago when he supported her ex-boyfriend during a messy breakup. Both neighbours say they have called the city and police several times to report alleged wrongdoing but the bad behaviour persists. Neither was sure how to dial down the over-the-fence tension until police suggested last week they try formal mediation. They agreed, in theory, but have yet to start. read


10/01: CAN: Deaf athletes to get more sign language help following mediation

Manitoba will set aside up to $40,000 a year to help deaf children participating in amateur sport communicate with their teammates, coaches and game officials following a human rights complaint.  Two parents of deaf children initially approached the Manitoba Human Rights Commission complaining that lack of money for sign language services made it harder for some deaf children to participate in sports. The parents said the lack of interpretive services meant their children couldn’t participate fully in sports, develop leadership skills and have the same advantages as their peers. All parties agreed to mediation through the commission and came up with a solution. read


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