Sage is a Anishinaabe medicine - it is burned as a purifier, releasing troubles from one's mind, and removing negative energy from the area in which it is burned.
To give sage advice means to give sound, sensible, and intelligent advice.
Founded in 2021, Sage Legal Solutions strives to provide our clients with sound and simplified legal advice in a cost-effective manner.
Natalie Posala, Lawyer
Natalie Posala is a social justice Lawyer licensed in Ontario, passionate about fighting for human rights and seeking equity for all. Natalie speaks fluent Polish.
Practice areas include: Human rights; civil rights; civil disputes; personal injury cases; mediation; labour law; employment; grievances; discrimination claims; COVID-19 vaccinations; Charter claims; representing clients mistreated by Police; death investigations; Indigenous law; band council resolutions; border closures; Aboriginal rights; treaty rights claims; Indian Act governance; community consultations and programming.
Natalie has represented: institutional and private clients throughout Ontario; First Nations police services; largest First Nations political and territorial organization of Ontario; First Nations Chief and Council.
Natalie has appeared at: Coroner's Inquests; Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario; Canadian Human Rights Commission. She argued at Divisional Court for First Nations communities to have the choice of child welfare service providers which align with their communities cultures and values.
Juris Doctor, Lakehead University
Bachelor of Arts in Law. Minors in Sociology; Women and Gender Studies. Carleton University
TBLA Director 2020 to present
Sage Legal Solutions is located in the traditional territory of the Anishinabek, Anishinaabe Nation, the Ojibwa of Fort William First Nation, Anishinabewaki, Attiwonderonk, and Haudenosaunee. This land is governed by the Robinson-Superior Treaty of 1850 and Treaty 3 of 1792. We also acknowledge the contributions of the Métis peoples. We call upon Canadians to follow the calls to action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada.