Mental Health Week Programming

  • April 23, 2024

Mental Health Week 2024 runs from May 6 – 12, and this year’s theme is “A Call to be Kind”. Because kindness so often starts with self-care, CBA Alberta and our partners at Assist and other CBA branches around the country have curated a selection of programming that gives you the tools to thrive in your career and personal life.

CBA Alberta responds to Alberta Budget 2024

  • March 01, 2024

The Canadian Bar Association, Alberta Branch (CBA Alberta), acknowledges the funding commitments by the Alberta government to modernize the justice system in our province, such as through the Justice Digital project. These advancements are essential to improving efficiency and accessibility within our legal system, ultimately benefiting both legal professionals and the public.

CBA Alberta Building Security

  • January 29, 2024

The safety of CBA Alberta members, volunteers and staff is of the utmost importance. With more members returning to in-person meetings and events, we want to remind you of the security measures in place at our offices in Calgary and Edmonton.

Statement from CBA national President John Stefaniuk, K.C. on National Day for Truth & Reconciliation

  • September 29, 2023

Each year, September 30 marks National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada, a day for people across the country to reflect on the tragic history and ongoing legacy of Residential Schools. National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is the opportunity to remind ourselves of our history, but also to take action to honour survivors, their families and communities, and to continue to walk the path of Reconciliation.

Statement from CBA national President John Stefaniuk, K.C. on the rise of anti-2SLGBTQI+ demonstrations

  • September 19, 2023

As we witness a rise of anti-2SLGBTQI+ activity and rhetoric across Canada, we need to redouble our efforts in the fight for equality, which is far from over. Hate, misinformation and violence targeting Two-Spirit, trans, non-binary and gender diverse persons must never be tolerated. Efforts to curtail their rights to live openly and authentically, receive appropriate medical care, and be treated with equal dignity and respect go against their basic human rights and are profoundly harmful.