Calgary Legal Guidance


These are the stories behind the front lines of delivering free legal guidance to vulnerable Albertans. Hear from our volunteer lawyers, staff and clients about their journey through the legal system and helping our community.

Indigenous Stories

Calgary Legal Guidance’s recent AGM featured a number of Indigenous dancers and Tom Delaney honoured us with teachings of each dance and their significance in Indigenous communities. One of the Fancy Feather dancers, Kyle Young Pine, was recently featured in a short documentary of his life, Piita Aapasskaan, which was the Winner of the 2022 TELUS Audience Choice Award: Alberta Short at the Canadian International Film Festival. Watch the documentary!


What Does Access to Justice Mean to You?

CLG Staff Lawyer Grace Ajel explains how serving CLG clients has affected the way she feels about the term “access to justice.”

Ken’s* Story

Ken’s* Story Ken* is a man in his early twenties, who came to CLG in 2016 for assistance with a restraining order.

Katherine’s* Story

Katherine’s Story Katherine* accessed the Elder Law Program while suffering from a respiratory illness which has reduced her mobility. Her longtime husband

Metro News: Refugee Resettlement, CCIS, and CLG Calgary Legal Guidance’s Refugee Sponsorship Support Program was mentioned in a Metro News article that

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