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Legal Aid BC

Legal Aid BC is a non-profit organization created by the Legal Services Society (LSS) Act in 1979 to provide legal information, advice, and representation services. Our priority is to serve the interests of people with low incomes, but many of our services are available to all British Columbians. Our services are offered at legal aid locations throughout the province, and online through our websites: legalaid.bc.ca, family.legalaid.bc.ca, aboriginal.legalaid.bc.ca, and mylawbc.com.

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An all-in-one booklet for anyone wanting to watch and learn more about the court system. Includes the operation and structure of the courts, the roles and responsibilities of those involved in a trial, civil and ...
View PDF from Justice Education Society of BC


Understanding Canadian law on issues of online harassment, exploitation, & abuse: Educational resource to #CyberMisogyny. Topics: Revenge porn; Sexting & child pornography; Cyberstalking; Sexual exploitation & internet ...
Also available in: Arabic, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Punjabi, Spanish
View PDF from West Coast LEAF


The Factum is a Legal Services Society blog about the law in British Columbia and how people can navigate the legal system. While it talks a bit about all aspects of the law, it focuses mainly on how the legal system ...
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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