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Client, Counsel and Court: The 3Cs of Justice Where Expectation Gaps with Reality



Mediation Station presents “Client, Counsel and Court: The 3Cs of Justice Where Expectation Gaps with Reality” on Sunday December 3rd, 2017. Learn about the 3Cs from our guest Ivana Vaccaro, a family lawyer and partner with RV Law who takes a practical, efficient and client-focused approach to all family law matters.

Co-Hosted with Laura Catone Goldstein

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Learning More About the Integrated Domestic Violence Court



Mediation Station presents “Learning More About the Integrated Domestic Violence Court (IDVC)” with our visitor, Justice Ellen Murray aired on Sunday September 17, 2017.

How many people know of this special court within the Justice System? How many people realize that as a general practice none of the Justice Systems, including Family, Criminal, Civil and Immigration for example, communicate with each other about matters that take place within one that has a direct link and involvement within another?

Tune in to learn more about the IDVC that provides for one judge to oversee responsibility for referrals of court matters involving Family Law issues from 311 Jarvis and 47 Sheppard Ave. E Courts and Domestic Criminal Law issues from Old City Hall and College Park Courts in Toronto.

Go to www.chha1610am.ca (Click the LISTEN LIVE icon) or on Rogers Digital Cable Channel 951 or at 1610am on the radio dial.

Mediation Station is an innovative radio program airing live each Sunday from 8 to 9 p.m. EST on CHHA 1610 AM.

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I’ve had it! How about you?



Mediation Station presents “I’ve had it! How about you?” for its show on Sunday November 12, 2017. Learn about being emotionally flooded, what it involves and what you can do regarding it from our visitor, Debbie Kassirer

Go to www.chha1610am.ca (Click the LISTEN LIVE icon) or on Rogers Digital Cable Channel 951 or at 1610am on the radio dial.

Mediation Station is an innovative radio program airing live each Sunday from 8 to 9 p.m. EST on CHHA 1610 AM.

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Twitter @FentenMediation

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An Estate of Conflict



Mediation Station radio program presents for conversation “An Estate of Conflict” with our visitor, Lawyer/Mediator Joel Skapinker.

What are some of the challenges and possibilities for people who experience the inevitable realities of aging? How is conflict experienced during this time for them and for their family members? What are the things we can inform ourselves and those we care about in terms of being aware of and possibly better prepared as to decision-making?

Give us a call during the show to share your perspective or ask a question by calling 416 785 0680.

Go to www.chha1610am.ca (Click the LISTEN LIVE icon) or on Rogers Digital Cable Channel 951 or at 1610am on the radio dial.

Mediation Station is an innovative radio program airing live each Sunday from 8 to 9 p.m. EST on CHHA 1610 AM.


How Do We Move From Adversaries to Understanding?



Mediation Station presents on Sunday October 15, 2017 “How Do We Move From Adversaries to Understanding?” with a diverse panel of visitors including Paul Nguyen, Joanna Diindiisi Kwe Simmons and Blacus Ninjah to contribute to this thought-provoking conversation.


The Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth



The Provincial Advocate is an independent voice for children and youth either “in care” or on the margins of government care in areas such as child welfare, youth justice, children’s mental health, developmental services and children’s treatment services. The jurisdiction of the Office also includes students of the provincial and demonstration schools, youth in court holding cells or being transported to and from court holding cells, First Nations children and youth, and children and youth with special needs.

www.provincialadvocate.on.ca