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People living with dementia often find that their decision-making rights are not respected. Some people assume that if you have dementia you cannot understand information or make choices. This page you will find a set ...
View website from Canadian Centre for Elder Law (CCEL)


This Guide contains an overview of elder abuse and neglect law in Canada (latest revised version published in July 2011). This tool has been designed to apply to abuse and neglect occurring anywhere in Canada. Each ...
View website from Canadian Centre for Elder Law (CCEL)


This teaching tool is aimed at new & young Canadians, also the public. The video illustrates what they are entitled to expect from Judges in Canadian Courts and covers principles fundamental to our Justice System, incl. ...
View website from The Canadian Superior Courts Judges Association


Learn how to arrange your estate, prepare a will, and the various ins and outs of setting up a trust specifically for your loved one with a disability. We will cover the different types of trusts available, and how to ...
Watch video from Plan Institute


This online-only teacher’s guide to A Second Chance: A Gladue Rights Story graphic novel provides background information about Gladue rights for Indigenous peoples, and ideas for teaching and learning about colonialism ...
View PDF from Legal Aid BC


Webpage with resources for mediators.
View website from Mediate BC Society


In this factsheet find out about the right to free expression in Canada with regard to social media.
View PDF from BC Civil Liberties Association


In this factsheet find out about the right to free expression in Canada.
View PDF from BC Civil Liberties Association


This factsheet explains your privacy rights with regard to strata corporations.
View PDF from BC Civil Liberties Association


This factsheet provides you with information about your privacy rights in the workplace with regard to video and audio surveillance and the things you can do if you believe that your employer has breached them.
View PDF from BC Civil Liberties Association