Dallas Goodrich

Dallas is MT+Co.’s receptionist extraordinaire. She is an expert multitasker, working quickly to ensure deadlines are met efficiently and effectively. Dallas is reliable, trustworthy, and positive, bringing these qualities to her role every day. Dallas has over 10 years of customer service experience, and four of these years have been working in an administrative role.…

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MT+Co. Open for Business in Kelowna, BC

MT+Co. has arrived in Kelowna! Since 2009, we’ve been honored to serve Indigenous Nations at the forefront of reconciliation and forward-thinking businesses in Vancouver. In 2021, we expanded by opening our Victoria office. Now, more than 14 years after we first opened our doors in Gastown, we are thrilled to officially announce that Sasha Platz,…

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Community Partner Feature – Helicopters Without Borders

Helicopters Without Borders (HWB) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to supporting remote communities and populations affected by natural disasters, inefficient supply chains, geographical challenges, and poor transportation infrastructure by offering innovative air transportation solutions. At the core of HWB’s mission is the endeavor to bridge healthcare providers with underserved communities that have limited or no…

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Summer Yazarloo

Summer is a practice manager in the Indigenous Law Group and Litigation and Dispute Resolution Group. Summer’s all about getting things done, taking pride in being a hardworking and virtuous team player. With six years of experience under her belt, Summer has gained experience in conveyancing, ICBC defense, plaintiff personal injury, health, and commercial litigation.…

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MT+Co. Recognized in Chambers Aboriginal Law – Representation of Indigenous Peoples

Chambers 2024 acknowledges the remarkable work of MT+Co., highlighting notable practitioners Rob Miller and Merle Alexander, KC, in Aboriginal Law – Representation of Indigenous Peoples. This recognition signifies excellence within the legal industry and results from an intensive interview process. Rob Miller maintains his Band 1 status, while Merle Alexander, KC has secured a Band…

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Anu Jaswal

Anu is our office and IT assistant, working closely with our facilities and IT manager. Anu loves to jump in, tackle challenges head-on, and put out fires wherever necessary. With over five years of IT and facilities experience, Anu brings valuable expertise to her role. She has had the opportunity to wear many hats, from…

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Community Partner Feature – West Coast Kids Cancer Foundation

West Coast Kids Cancer Foundation (WCK) is a charitable organization founded in 2017 by a passionate team of people who had been involved with the childhood cancer community for many years and passionately agreed that the families navigating through it all deserved more.  Since then, WCK has provided practical support to families experiencing childhood cancer…

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Karissa Kelln

Karissa is a senior associate in our Indigenous Law Group, working with Indigenous Nations to achieve their business objectives. Karissa also works with forward-thinking businesses looking to partner with Indigenous Nations. Karissa is a strong listener and communicator. She is knowledgeable about how her clients prefer to conduct business and the unique considerations that go…

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Stephanie Kinloch

Stephanie is a corporate paralegal in our Business Law Group. Stephanie is adaptable, organized, and a committed team player, bringing her positive attitude and attention to detail to everything she does. With over a decade of experience in the legal industry, Stephanie has accumulated extensive knowledge in corporate law, tax law, and estate planning, enabling…

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Farwell to our 2023 Summer Students!

Last month, we said goodbye (for now) to our five incredible summer students. For the past four months, we have had the pleasure of working with Chésa Abma-Slade, Josh Regnier, Jacob Caouette, Jaime Hills, and Amy Kaustinen. When asked about the best parts of their summer at MT+Co. the answer was unanimous: the people, the supportive environment, and (most importantly)…

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