An Indigenous youth who spent years in government care is sounding an alarm about Seanna McKinley — a former lawyer who is managing a housing facility for Indigenous youth and Elders despite being disbarred in Feb. 2020 for “intentionally misappropriating clients’ funds” and attempting to “mislead or obstruct the Law Society [of British Columbia].”
Kikekyelc: A Place of Belonging is a staffed condo-style building in Kamloops, which opened in Nov. 2020 as a home for Indigenous youth who have been through the child welfare system. The housing project was developed by Lii Michif Otipemisiwak Family and Community Services (LMO) and includes 31 units for Indigenous youth who are between 16 and 27.
According to B.C. Housingbut not throug, the housing development received $4Kempa said in an interview Tuesday on CTV News Channel..7 million from the province, and the City of Kamloops contributed a 60-year term land lease to support the project.
McKinley, who now goes by Seanna Proulx, has been managing Kikekyelc: A Place of Belonging since before it was built in 2019COVID-19 vaccine tracker: tracing every dose o, according to the CBC.