Alain Bartleman Speaks to Rotary Club

Rotary Club of Toronto hosts speaker Alain Bartleman on June 19, 2020 in celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Day.. Click below to watch a video of the presentation.

Alain Bartleman is a lawyer who represents First Nations Governments and individuals.

A member of the Chippewas of Rama First Nation, Alain was most recently part of the legal team for Attawapiskat First Nation in the closure of the Victor diamond mine. He maintains a busy practice in Rama centering around constitutional litigation and governance.

He also maintains a pro bono practice that sees him serving on the board of Native Child and Family Services of Toronto and on the fundraising board of the Anishnawbe Health Foundation.

His father, the Hon James Bartleman, was the first Indigenous Lt. Governor of Ontario. James Bartleman spoke to our club twice and was instrumental in the creation of our Indigenous Services Committee and of HIP (Honouring Indigenous Peoples) a Canada wide Rotary /Indigenous partnership