Public Education

Our initiatives include the virtual pro bono Ask a Mediator Clinic, workshops and presentations to interested groups by our Speakers Bureau volunteers, as well as public events to encourage better understanding of conflict resolution options.

We are also connected to the wider justice sector and various public legal education and information organizations for effective referrals to appropriate community services and resources.

Our aim is to help guide people in conflict to appropriate resources and allow them to choice the options best suited to them.

Public Education Initiatives

Ask a Mediator Clinic

We offer a free, virtual space and time to Ask a Mediator about the mediation process and whether it may be helpful to your issues, whether they be housing, workplace, family conflicts or business related. The clinic is offered twice a month and staffed by volunteer mediators. 


We are happy to present or facilitate a workshop for groups for all sizes. If you are interested, please contact us.

Let us know a bit about your group, your goals for this session, what timeframe and format you prefer. A staff member will connect with you to discuss further of your needs. 

Public Events

We often host open events to encourage discussion about conflicts and managing them collaboratively. Fell free to see what might be coming up and join us to learn more about conflict resolution and meet some of the professionals. 

Speakers Bureau

In order to offer these services at low or no cost, we rely on our Registered Roster Mediators (RRMs) and Associate mediators to present on topics they are experts in. 

Mediators: Please sign up by logging into the Mediator Hub

Find a Professional

Use our online directory to find a professional to help resolve your conflicts.