Cochrane Saxberg is pleased to welcome Krista Klassen and Travis DeLaronde to the firm. Krista will be practicing in the areas of Labour and Employment and Human Rights Law. Travis will be practicing in the areas of Indigenous and Business Law.
After 17 years of legal battles and intense negotiations, the seven (7) Treaty One First Nations signed a historical settlement agreement concerning the former Kapyong Barracks lands with the Federal government. Partners Brenda Johnston and Kris Saxberg of Cochrane Saxberg acted for... Read More
Cochrane Saxberg is thrilled to be featured on the cover of the latest issue of SAY Magazine, the first lifestyle magazine in the world for Native and Indigenous people! Established in 2002, the magazine focuses on a variety of Indigenous issues and... Read More
In April of 2018, Harold (Sonny) Cochrane and Shawn Scarcello brought a court application on behalf of six Indigenous and Metis Child and Family Services Agencies. The lawsuit pertained to the Province of Manitoba’s alleged illegal claw back from Indigenous agencies of... Read More
We are moving on November 26, 2018 The law firm of Cochrane Saxberg Johnston Johnson Scarcello LLP is moving to the historic McKim Building, formerly known as the Crocus Building, located at the corner of Main Street and Bannatyne Avenue in Winnipeg.... Read More