"Without truth, justice, and healing, there can be no genuine reconciliation. Reconciliation is not about ‘closing a sad chapter of Canada’s past’ but about opening new healing pathways of reconciliation that are forged in truth and justice.” - The Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
Megan is based in Rana Law’s Vancouver office. She is passionate about working with Indigenous communities in an advocacy role and supporting them in advancing their goals and interests. Megan’s practice focuses on governance, litigation, corporate and business development, and environmental and regulatory matters. She delivers purposeful and strategic advice to clients.
Megan’s advocacy includes representing clients before the Provincial Court of British Columbia, the Supreme Court of British Columbia, as well as federal and provincial regulatory tribunals. She works with Indigenous groups to navigate complex environmental regulatory proceedings and matters involving consultation and accommodation.
Megan provides support to First Nation governments on administrative matters, the negotiation of consent-based agreements with the provincial and federal Crown and industry and the development of policies, bylaws and laws. She has also worked with First Nations on developing their financial administration laws and property taxation and assessment laws.
Megan also provides legal advice on various aspects of business development and operations, including urban reserve development, regulatory licensing, lease and rental agreements, and litigation issues. She has managed and settled litigation concerning debts owing to an Indigenous owned company.
Megan is a member of the Champagne & Aishihik First Nation and belongs to the Wolf Clan.