Notice to Indian Residential Schools Claimants about Ivon Johnny
February 11, 2013
The Supreme Court of British Columbia has ordered that Ivon Johnny cannot participate in the Independent Assessment Process (IAP) in any way.
The Court also ordered that any Claimant who dealt with Mr. Johnny does not have to pay anything to him or to anyone who is trying to collect money for him.
The Chief Adjudicator and the Court Monitor went to Court on January 18th, 2013 after receiving many complaints about Ivon Johnnyâ€™s involvement with Claims.
The Chief Adjudicator is in charge of making sure that all IAP Claims about residential school abuse are dealt with properly.
Ivon Johnny is no longer on parole and is back in prison.
For information about this notice, please call Michael Simpson (Indian Residential Schools Adjudication Secretariat) at 604-666-6530. Collect calls will be accepted.
- For 24-hour crisis support, call 1-866-925-4419.
- For referral to counselling and emotional support, call the Resolution Health Support Program at 1-877-477-0775
- For information about your claim, contact your lawyer.
- For general information on the IAP, call 1-877-635-2648.
This notice published on Feb 11, 2013 by the Office of the Chief Adjudicator under authority of an Order of Madam Justice Brown of the Supreme Court of British Columbia made January 18, 2013.