About CRSI

Conflict Resolution Saskatchewan is an independent body that advocates greater use of mediation and other forms of appropriate dispute resolution within Saskatchewan. Conflict Resolution Saskatchewan also educates its’ membership, practitioners, the public, government, and community organizations about mediation.

The Conflict Resolution Saskatchewan Directory is now on line and provides easy access to mediation practitioners engaged in practice throughout Saskatchewan. Conflict Resolution Saskatchewan and it’s Board works with many local, regional and national organizations engaged in the resolving and managing conflict.

In an attempt to expand the base of Conflict Resolution Saskatchewan, we are offering a special first-year membership. Normal membership rates have been reduced. For this idea to be successful, we need your help. We would like you to duplicate this message, and pass it on to someone else who works with people in conflict.

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Board Members

Catherine Quevillon-Schill

Board Member

Catherine Quevillon-Schill

Catherine Quevillon Schill joined the Conflict Resolution Board of Directors in 2016. She is currently working with
SaskPower as a Human Resource Business Partner and has served Saskatchewan as a public servant in various
capacities and provincial organizations since 1989. Catherine’s interest in and focus on conflict resolution
hearkens back to the late 1990’s when she first attended a Conflict Resolution Saskatchewan Conference. Since that
time, Catherine has been actively involved in developing and utilizing her conflict resolution skills and promoting the
alternative dispute resolution community in her work and personal interactions. Catherine graduated from the
University of Regina with a Bachelor of Human Resource Development and a Diploma in Business Administration. She holds a professional designation in Human Resources (CPHR), a certificate in Labour Relations from Queen’s
University and is currently pursuing a Qualified Mediator designation. Catherine resides in Saskatoon with her
husband, Brent, and their two dogs.

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Clint Pederson

Board Member

Clint Pederson

Clint Pederson has been practicing mediation for 25 plus years and travels throughout the province. His areas of expertise and practice include: Farmer Lender, Civil QB cases, Expropriation involving provincial crown orporations, Human Rights, and Estate Conflicts. Clint is employed with the Human Rights Commission and has been a board member with Conflict Resolution Saskatchewan since April of 2014. He enjoys canoeing, hiking, cycling and in addition operates an organic grain farm with his spouse.

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Garry Hamblin

Board Member

Garry Hamblin

As a Canadian Insurance Professional (CIP), Garry worked for 27 years at Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI). Over the course of his career, Garry was involved in hundreds of mediations and appeals within the SGI no-fault system, helping people to access benefit entitlements and understand legislation and policy surrounding their unique situations. He continues this work through his company, Montague Mediations. Gary is a past President of the Canadian Office and Professionals Union 397 and is a board member of Conflict Resolution Saskatchewan. He has recently received his Certificate in Adjudication for Administrative Agencies, Boards and Tribunals from the
Osgoode Hall Law School of York University. Garry was appointed the WCB Worker Representative in 2015
specializing in SGI, family and workplace issue mediations.

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Scott Elliott

Board Member

Scott Elliott

Scott Elliott is a Strategic Planner, Policy Analyst, and Business Improvement Specialist for the Water Security Agency in Regina. He received his BSc in Chemistry from the University of Regina and his Master of Public
Administration from the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy. He has contributed to an ever-improving public sector through a variety of positions across municipal and provincial government. Outside of work he is an avid reader and (very) amateur soccer player.

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Kristin Anderson

Board Member

Kristin Anderson

Kristin Anderson currently is the Manager of Labour Relations and Mediation with the Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety for Saskatchewan. Kristin has 18 years’ experience in the field, gained in Canada, South Africa, Namibia, Democratic Republic of Congo and Mozambique. She specializes in labour disputes, multi -party mediation, peacebuilding, cross cultural conflicts, reconciliation and restorative justice. She holds a Masters of Justice and Transformation, Bachelors of Honors in Social Development both from The University of Cape Town,
and a Bachelors of Arts in Social Anthropology from the University of Saskatchewan and is a Chartered Mediator.

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Tim Nickel

Treasurer

Tim Nickel

Tim Nickel has been involved in the board of Conflict Resolution in one way or another since 2009. He has
practiced as a mediator, trainer, and consultant in Saskatchewan since 1997, first with Saskatoon Community Mediation Services, then with the Dispute Resolution Office of Saskatchewan Justice, and finally in private practice. Tim has served on the executive of boards of directors of Community Based Organizations throughout his career, focusing on refugee settlement, scouting and youth, and social services. He rounds out his time in Saskatoon
gardening, playing ultimate disc sports, canoeing and camping on the Churchill River with his wife Sherry, and attempting to keep up with his two teenage sons’ extreme tastes in activity. Tim believes strongly in the necessity of a culture and civilization that approaches conflict constructively and wisely such that people with widely different views and identities can advance and grow together.

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Tracy Ford

Vice-President

Tracy Ford

Tracy has long been interested in mediation and joining the board in 2013 fit into her philosophy of promoting peaceful pathways to resolution. She has worked in the Dispute Resolution Office since 2005 with her primary focus being family mediation. In her spare time, she enjoys time with friends, family and the occasional good book. Her two sons and daughter keep her conflict resolution skills well honed.

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Dan McGill

President

Dan McGill

Dan McGill has been on the board of Conflict Resolution Saskatchewan Inc. since 2013. His involvement in conflict resolution has included mediation and training although his work has focused primarily on learning and applying the principles and practices of conflict resolution in a range of roles working for the government of Saskatchewan. Dan worked for many years as a conservation officer and then as policy analyst, diversity consultant and manager. Dan’s current responsibilities involve consulting with a range of Indigenous communities on various projects, while also facilitating natural resource compliance and enforcement programs. Dan and his wife Mary have been married for 41 years and a good deal of their time is spent enjoying activities with their three children and seven grandchildren. Dan is committed to making positive differences where there are opportunities and believes being a practitioner of conflict resolution principles provides a great deal of such opportunities.

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Brenda Robertson

Independent Consultant

Brenda Robertson

Brenda Robertson is an independent consultant with over twenty-five years of experience from the human rights
field. She holds a Certificate of Indian Social Work and a Bachelor of Social Work. Brenda has supported and
implemented the goals of diversity and inclusion throughout her career. She is a compassionate and
empathetic cultural competence trainer who shares her experience and encourages others to reflect on their own
story and to recognize the impact it has had on who they are and how they see the world. A daughter of an Indian
Residential School survivor, Brenda is dedicated to doing what she can to enlighten our society on the meaning and
importance of reconciliation. She firmly supports the goals of mediation and positive communication practices,
and believes such is key to building a progressive and inclusive society. brhrconsulting@outlook.com

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The 2018 Annual CRS Conference

Details coming soon.

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