Canadian Centre for Elder Law (CCEL)

The Canadian Centre for Elder Law is dedicated to improving the lives of older adults in their relation to the law. The only organization of its kind in Canada, the Centre conducts research, outreach, and public legal education on elder law issues. The Centre is a division of the British Columbia Law Institute.

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This project looks at law and social policy issues that affect older woman and explores what can be done to address barriers to their quality of life. It aims to empower older women to influence law and society and to ...
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Reports,consultation,legal research findings,34 recommendations addressing law reform,access to justice,education of health professionals & the public, systemic barriers to informed consent.Summarizes all aspects of the ...
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This project examines how vulnerable investors are using supported decision making in their lives. It will focus on decision making during the investment process to maximize an investor’s access to investment options ...
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This 
report sets 
out
 recommendations 
to 
protect 
the
interests 
of older 
adults 
who
 wish 
to 
use
 their
 assets 
for
the 
benefit 
of 
younger 
family 
members, and to raise
general awareness
about
 the ...
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