Job Opportunity: We are Seeking an Office Administrator

The ADR Institute of Ontario Inc. (ADRIO) is seeking a part-time (contract) office administrator. The role is responsible for managing administration and maintenance of the customer relationship management (CRM) platform (currently Membee). The incumbent assists with membership inquiries pertaining to services offered by ADRIO. This position reports to the Executive Director and is part of

Embracing 2024: The Year of Focus, Action and Results!

Dear ADRIO Members and Conflict Resolution Enthusiasts, Happy New Year and warm greetings! Wishing you all good health, peace, and prosperity for 2024!  “If you can’t fly, run; if you can’t run, walk; if you can’t walk, crawl; but by all means, keep moving.”   As we settle into 2024, this quote from Dr. Martin Luther

Happy Holidays!

Dear ADR Practitioners, Happy holidays from the Staff Team at ADRIO! We wish you a holiday season filled with love, peace, and rest. This year, as we reflect as a team, we are thankful for the commitment, courage and confidence that each of you have to building our field of Alternative Dispute Resolution all year-round.

Rough Water Navigated Through Ontario’s Leadership at National Conference

ADRIC Updateby Marc Bhalla, LL.M., C.Med, C.Arb(Ontario’s elected representative to the Board of Directors of the ADR Institute of Canada) On November 2nd and 3rd 2023, the ADR Institute of Canada hosted its 49th annual AGM and Conference. The latest iteration of the national conference took place in beautiful Halifax, Nova Scotia. Themed as “Navigating

ADR Institute of Ontario and Humber College Collaborate to Unveil Research Findings on the Digital Transformation of Ontario’s ADR Sector

The ADR Institute of Ontario (ADRIO) is proud to announce the successful completion of a joint research initiative with Humber College titled “Digital Transformation of Ontario’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Sector: A Closer Look at ADR Stakeholders in Ontario.” The comprehensive research identified and explored various stakeholders in the ADR community across the province. Over the