To celebrate its 50th year of pro bono legal service to Albertans, Calgary Legal Guidance (CLG) and CKUA have joined forces to bring award-winning Canadian folk-artist James Keelaghan to the stage on Friday, May 6 at Studio Bell – National Music Centre. All proceeds go towards helping fund Calgary Legal Guidance’s unique legal programs, which offer free legal advice to the homeless, victims of domestic violence, the Indigenous community, and others who are marginalized and cannot afford paid legal services.
“We are so excited to have CKUA support CLG in raising awareness of our work for Alberta’s marginalized and those who do not have access to justice,” said Marina Giacomin, Executive Director of Calgary Legal Guidance. “We are especially proud to be able to present James Keelaghan for a one-night only performance as part of our 50th Anniversary celebrations.”
The performance showcases James Keelaghan’s particular brand of folk-music Canadiana magic, and the event will be hosted by CKUA’s Tom Coxworth. All proceeds go towards Calgary Legal Guidance and the unique programs offered to those who do not qualify for paid legal services.
Volunteer and program lawyers are at the core of CLG’s ability to serve and provide access to justice and information for Albertans. When an individual cannot be helped by another legal service, this is where Calgary Legal Guidance comes in, to fill the gaps in providing guidance and support.
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