News and updates

We spoke with Annie Kidder of People for Education about what COVID-19 showed us about the way we think about schools, why we need to talk about education as a human right, and what we need to do next.
Cities have the power and potential to impact people’s lives. We must imagine, and plan for, a city that supports every person’s dignity and human rights.
In a conversation with Maytree president Elizabeth McIsaac, Professor Akwasi Owusu-Bempah explores how racism and colonialism contribute to current social and economic inequalities experienced by Indigenous, Black, and racialized communities in Canada, and in turn shape their interactions with the criminal justice system.
In the Advancing justice series, we explore economic and social inequities in the criminal justice system – specifically, the relationship between human rights, poverty, racism, and the criminal justice system.
Many people ask: Should encampments be allowed to remain, or should they be removed? But the question should really be: What do the people living in encampments think?
For anyone working in a for-profit, non-profit, or charitable organization, it is critically important to have a robust finance and accounting team that can help them understand and leverage the financial aspects of their organization.


September 28, 2021
P.A. Neena Gupta, partner, Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP