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This website is an online tool that helps to put a dollar figure on the out-of-pocket costs to individuals and families during a family law dispute. It uses typical stories and experiences to provide snapshots of family ...
View website from UVic Access to Justice Centre for Excellence (ACE)


This self-help guide explains how to navigate the second stage of the CPP-D appeal process, the Social Security Tribunal.
View PDF from Disability Alliance BC (formerly BC Coalition of People with Disabilities)


A review of the benefits of living with companion animals as well as the barriers to accessible pet-friendly housing in Vancouver.
View PDF from Atira Women's Resource Society


Provides an overview of what family duty counsel can and can't do. Includes how to find services near you.
View PDF from Legal Services Society


Canada Pension Plan (CPP) provides disability benefits to people who have made enough contributions to the CPP and who are disabled and cannot work at any job on a regular basis. This website provides information on ...
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Practical, step-by-step information on your legal rights and responsibilities when borrowing money. Topics include getting a payday loan, cancelling a payday loan, borrowing money from a friend or relative, co-signing ...
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Practical, step-by-step information on your legal rights and responsibilities when you get a credit card. Topics include getting a credit card, getting a credit card you never asked for, if your credit card is lost or ...
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Practical, step-by-step information on your legal rights and responsibilities when dealing with debt. Topics include steps to take in dealing with debt, dealing with debt collectors, a creditor wants to take money from ...
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Practical, step-by-step information on your legal rights and options if you get fired or laid off. Topics include if you are fired, how much notice an employer needs to give you, getting laid off, if your employer has ...
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Practical, step-by-step information for non-profits in BC and the new Societies Act. Topics include what the new Societies Act means for non-profits, preparing for transition under the new Act, reviewing your non-profit ...
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