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Motor vehicle injury disputes can be about accident benefits, disputes about damages and fault up to $50,000, and determining whether an injury is a minor injury. The Solution Explorer is the first step in the online ...
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Illustrated booklet explains the child protection process for Aboriginal children and families. Describes delegated Aboriginal agencies, mediation, court process, Family Extended Program. Has a flow chart of the child ...
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This guide outlines the steps that are required to order court transcripts in each province/territory. It is a compilation of information obtained from court websites, telephone & email conversations with court ...
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A credit report shows your history of paying bills and borrowing money. Banks and others considering doing business with you look at your credit report to decide whether you’re trustworthy.
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Your employer says they have to lay you off or asks you to work fewer hours “until things pick up”. Learn your rights if you’re temporarily laid off from work.
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Going to court is one way to resolve a dispute. But there are other ways that can be cheaper, faster, and more effective. Learn about options for “alternative dispute resolution”.
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Co-produced with Indigenous Story Studio (formerly Healthy Aboriginal Network), this graphic novel tells the story of Myra, who is charged with assault with a weapon. Myra learns about her legal rights and, with the ...
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Co-produced with Indigenous Story Studio (formerly Healthy Aboriginal Network), Clear Skies tells the story of Marnie and her kids who live with family violence. With the support of her community, and by learning her ...
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We use them all the time — to make purchases, shop online, and collect points. Credit cards are practical and convenient. Learn your rights and avoid problems with credit cards.
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An infographic poster that explains what unbundled legal services are, and where people can find lawyers offering these services.
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