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11 Mediators Serving Canada

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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
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Heather Fraese
                                                                                                                                                                                   
Suite 1450, 421 7 Ave SW
Calgary, AB T2P 4K9
CAN
(403) 460-1230
Fax: (403) 460-1231
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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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Laura C Smythe
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Communication Connections, LLC
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I am an Organizational Culture Diagnostician. For over 17 years I have served clients in the midwest and nationally by acting as a mediator, facilitator, coach, leadership consultant and organizational culture consultant. Every organization has a culture. An organization's culture reflects the value placed on employees, clear communication, hone ... more
62 South Meadows Drive
Appleton, WI 54915
USA
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MERVYN MALAMED
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Jewelers Dispute Solutions
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Mervyn Malamed, a veteran of the jewelry industry, became highly accredited in a second career resolving conflicts online that involve jewelry. His work is focused on disputes among jewelry consumers, governing bodies, industry members and trade associations.

He is an award winning designer and qualified goldsmith that founded and built a ... more


Los Angeles, CA 90403
USA

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Bruce Ally Phd. LLM. OCPM
Senior MediatorSenior MediatorSenior Mediator Senior Mediator

I have been mediating since 1985 han have conducted in excess of 3000 mediations. In the last ten years I have added arbitration to my practice. I operate one of the largest private firm of Mediators in Canada. In addition to this I teach and supervise students in the Advanced Mediation program at York University and the small claims court ... more
1 Gloucester Street Suite 102
Toronto, ON M4Y 1L8
CAN
416 967 9432 x26
Fax: 416 922 2287
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Brian Galbraith
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Collaborative Family & Divorce Lawyers in Newmarket, Barrie and Orillia. Separation and divorce - These two words can make you feel like your life has turned upside down. You may feel confused, angry, disappointed and scared about your future and the future of your family. You may find yourself asking: What about the kids? How do we split our prope ... more
124 Dunlop Street West
Barrie, ON L4N 1B1
CAN
705-727-4242
Fax: 705-727-4240
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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
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Nancy Hack
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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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Beatrice Nkundwa
Associate Mediator Associate Mediator

I am a mediator who works in conflict and resolution. ... more
1102-40 Teesdale Place
Toronto, ON M1L1L3
CAN
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Christina Vinters
We provide high quality family mediation services to families across British Columbia. We believe that most families are best served by resolving issues cooperatively through mediation, a flexible and highly effective process for helping people transcend challenges. We focus on de-escalation of conflict and efficient, respectful, focused reso ... more
PO Box 1004
Vernon, BC V1T 6N2
CAN
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4/12:

Focus: Time to re-evaluate the Ontario Mandatory Mediation Program

It’s been a long time since there was an evaluation of the effectiveness of the Ontario Mandatory Mediation Program. Even though new areas of law fall under the program and the volume of court claims has increased, the number of mediations and mediators in the program has declined. read

 
2/02:

Trudeau says Ottawa will be ‘responsible mediator’ in energy debate

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the new federal government wants to oversee a full and fair national debate over controversial energy issues such as pipelines and will act as a “responsible mediator.” read

 
9/09:

BC Supreme Court refuses exemption from mediation for Aboriginal fishing rights claim

The Supreme Court of British Columbia recently released a decision in Matsqui First Nation v. Canada (Attorney General), 2015 BCSC 1409, that has application to the resolution of Aboriginal rights claims, as well as the mediation of civil claims generally, before the Supreme Court of British Columbia. It confirms the very high threshold to be met in seeking an exemption from attendance at a mandatory mediation on the basis that it would be “materially impracticable or unfair to require the party to attend”. read

 
8/18:

Canadian Experts weigh in on how to deal with neighbour disputes

Throughout the Canada, municipalities are regularly pressured to intervene when residents file complaints about noise disrupting their peace and quiet. In Ottawa, officers say a complete of 6,152 noise-related complaints have been filed to the town between the start of the yr and Aug. 11, with slightly below half associated to loud music and about 1,500 loud shouting. read

 
8/05:

Controversy dogs family med-arb

While mediation-arbitration in the family law context is a fairly recent phenomenon, there’s been a growing controversy around its use. The thrust of the concern is that mediators, who are privy to a lot of sensitive information during the settlement phase of proceedings, should not later become arbitrators of the same case. read

 
8/03:

New mediation facility set to open in Kamloops

A Kamloops hotel saw a need for a mediation focused facility, so they created it. read

 
11/18:

Canadian Disputants Await Clarification of Mediation Privilege’s Boundaries

Today, Canadians are mediating their disputes in record numbers. One partial explanation for this phenomenon is that mediation purports to keep discussions between parties confidential, traditionally backstopped by settlement privilege. But the extent to which parties can pierce this bubble of confidentiality and use information disclosed in the course of mediation in subsequent court proceedings is an evolving issue. read

 
11/10:

Early Mediation Offered for Women's World Cup Players

Players protesting the plan to play the 2015 Women’s World Cup on artificial turf were denied a fast-tracked hearing in Canada over the dispute. The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario instead offered early mediation between the players and the Canadian Soccer Association. But the CSA announced late Friday it would not take part in mediation. The tribunal’s ruling and subsequent rejection by the CSA came the same day a group of U.S. senators wrote soccer’s international governing body, FIFA, urging it to reconsider the decision to play on artificial turf. FIFA and the CSA are overseeing the World Cup, which will be played in six Canadian cities next June and July. The players, including Abby Wambach, claim that holding the World Cup on artificial turf amounts to gender discrimination because men play soccer’s premier tournament on real grass. read

 
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

 

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