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An introduction to the new BC Family Law Act in effect March 18, 2013. Includes information about: language changes, making agreements to stay out of court, parenting arrangements, child and spousal support, dividing ...
Also available in: Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), French, Punjabi, Spanish
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An excellent look into civil law and negligence. Geared to Law 12 students and university and college students taking law courses, this entertaining video assists students in understanding the role of the courts in ...
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Our Justice Theatre troupe consists of seven professional actors who stage scripted hour-long dramatizations of criminal trials on topics affecting students in elementary and secondary schools throughout the school year ...
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Explore the YCJA is a free online course for teachers and youth to learn about the Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA). It is designed for youth who wish to learn about the law and how it relates to young people who ...
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In this handbook, you’ll learn about a variety of civil liberties issues that affect you – everything from dress codes to sniffer dogs to whether or not your teacher can go through the contents of your phone. Become as ...
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This teacher's guide is for high school teachers in BC. It is designed to be used with the nine videos at www.legalrights4u.ca. The website explains legal rights in scenarios common to young people. The teacher's guide ...
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Legal Quest provides legal curriculum for high school students. It provides teachers with all the tools they need to teach the basics of the Canadian justice system, including the Youth Criminal Justice Act. Materials ...
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This website was created for people who want to learn about BC courts and the types of cases that are heard in each one. Four instructional videos and text cover a range of topics: BC's three levels of courts, criminal ...
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A resource created for students and new Canadians, but also a useful reminder for all Canadians who take their citizenship for granted. Topics discussed include protecting your rights, making the democratic process work ...
Also available in: Chinese (simplified), Punjabi, Vietnamese
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This website provides educational information and instructional videos about the courts of British Columbia, which include the Provincial Court, Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal. The site describes the structure of ...
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