Semaganis Worme Lombard

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History

In 2015, media reports surfaced indicating that many Aboriginal women were coerced into having tubal ligations in Saskatchewan. In July of 2017, in response to the allegations of forced sterilization, the then Saskatoon Health Region (now the Saskatchewan Health Authority) released a Review titled – External Review: Tubal Ligation in the Saskatoon Health Region: The Lived Experience of Aboriginal Women. The Report highlighted “pervasive systemic racism” in the health care system and detailed the experiences of Aboriginal women from Saskatoon and surrounding areas, who had reported being coerced into having tubal ligations.

Class action contact

The Contact Form is a way for you to communicate with the legal team at Semaganis Worme Lombard. At a minimum, you will need to provide your contact information and a brief message as to the nature of your inquiry. It is up to you as to how much information you wish to share in the message section. In turn, our legal team we will do the very best to respond to your inquiries in a timely manner.

Contact

Semaganis Worme Lombard
Barristers & Attorneys-At-Law
300 - 203 Packham Avenue
Saskatoon, SK S7N 4K5

Who we are

Semaganis Worme Lombard strives to be a service and people oriented practice dedicated to providing a high caliber and comprehensive range of legal services to Indigenous people and entities, and First Nations. Our Firm possesses the collective policy and legal expertise and capacity to advise a clientele that spans the country. Our practice currently includes: aboriginal law, administrative law, comprehensive and specific claims, constitutional law, criminal litigation, fiduciary law, human rights, indigenous governance, international law and trusts law. We engage in litigation, negotiation, dispute resolution, class actions and other related and complementary services and other professional activities that meet the needs of our clientele.

Semaganis Worme Lombard

Warning: The information you are about to read on this website may cause emotional distress as a result of feelings and/or memories associated with a past traumatic experience.

For Suicide Prevention support, please call the 24 hour national hotline at Crisis Services Canada: Tel: 1 (833) 456 4566.

For Professional Health Advice and Mental Health Support that is not suicide related, please call Tel: 2-1-1.

History

In 2015, media reports surfaced indicating that many Aboriginal women were coerced into having tubal ligations in Saskatchewan. In July of 2017, in response to the allegations of forced sterilization, the then Saskatoon Health Region (now the Saskatchewan Health Authority) released a Review titled – External Review: Tubal Ligation in the Saskatoon Health Region: The Lived Experience of Aboriginal Women. The Report highlighted “pervasive systemic racism” in the health care system and detailed the experiences of Aboriginal women from Saskatoon and surrounding areas, who had reported being coerced into having tubal ligations.

Class action contact

The Contact Form is a way for you to communicate with the legal team at Semaganis Worme Lombard. At a minimum, you will need to provide your contact information and a brief message as to the nature of your inquiry. It is up to you as to how much information you wish to share in the message section. In turn, our legal team we will do the very best to respond to your inquiries in a timely manner.

Contact

Semaganis Worme Lombard
Barristers & Attorneys-At-Law
300 - 203 Packham Avenue
Saskatoon, SK S7N 4K5

Who we are

Semaganis Worme Lombard strives to be a service and people oriented practice dedicated to providing a high caliber and comprehensive range of legal services to Indigenous people and entities, and First Nations. Our Firm possesses the collective policy and legal expertise and capacity to advise a clientele that spans the country. Our practice currently includes: aboriginal law, administrative law, comprehensive and specific claims, constitutional law, criminal litigation, fiduciary law, human rights, indigenous governance, international law and trusts law. We engage in litigation, negotiation, dispute resolution, class actions and other related and complementary services and other professional activities that meet the needs of our clientele.