The Creation Of Legal Aid In Manitoba – With Former Attorney General Alvin Mackling – 844-292-1318 Wisconsin legal aid

During an interview with Winnipeg Alternative Media regarding the shameless attacks on the family by the CFS, Former Attorney General Alvin Mackling was asked how individuals could help speak out despite not being personally affected by the CFS. Alvin Mackling gave us a great description of how he helped to create Legal Aid in Manitoba while Attorney General after seeing lost alcoholics, addicts of different kinds get sentenced without an ability to defend themselves. The people while in the right positions are capable of changing what they feel is wrong if they really work towards the change.
In the words of Gandhi, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.”

Video Taken and Edited by Josh Sigurdson

Graphics by Bryan Foerster

Interviewers
Josh Sigurdson
Todd McDougall

A big thanks to Former Attorney General Alvin Mackling for sharing so many incredibly interesting stories from his long spanning, experienced and influential life. We wish him the best in his fight against tyranny and injustice.

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Legal Aid Manitoba LTSP – 844-292-1318 Michigan legal aid

Legal Aid Manitoba has been running LTSP and Linux desktops since March 2000. Recently, budgeting surpluses allowed us an opportunity to revamp our desktop which last saw and upgrade in 2007.In this talk, we’ll discuss the successes and challenges of dealing with such user demands as keeping the Gnome 2 look and feel, deploying dual monitors on thin client, fanless hardward, implementing signature pads and other local devices, all the while keeping the budget for 200 desktops below 0K.

Scott Balneaves is head of Systems administration at Legalaid Manitoba in Winnipeg Canada. He’s got a long list of opensource projects that he’s been involved in. He’s been one of the primary developers of LTSP, contributor to the Mate desktop system, Ubuntu LInux, OpenLDAP, OpenSSH and many more.