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In this factsheet find out about the right to free expression in Canada.
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In this factsheet find out about the right to free expression in Canada with regard to social media.
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Information for parents, guardians, relatives of children, and children and teens about child rights, parenting and contact arrangements, child protection, and adoption.
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Explains the rights and responsibilities of people in marriage-like (common-law) relationships when they're together, if they separate, and if one of them dies with or without a will.
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Describes contested and uncontested divorces in BC and explains how laws in other countries might affect the process. Also includes step-by-step guides on how to do your own divorce without going to court.
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Step-by-step guides to help you figure out what to do if you're the respondent in a family law case and you've been served with a court form.
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Explains peace bonds, family law protection orders, and things you can do to help you and your family stay safe from an abusive or violent person.
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This factsheet provides you with information about your biometrics’ privacy rights in the workplace and the things you can do if you believe that your employer has breached them.
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NOTE: This resource is for informational purposes only, and does not constitute legal advice. If you are arrested for contempt of court, contact a lawyer. - What is an injunction? - What is contempt of court? - ...
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Information about the differences between marriage and marriage-like (common-law) relationships in BC, how to prepare to separate from a marriage or marriage-like relationship, and how to do your own divorce without ...
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