Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

The BC and Yukon Division of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada has been supporting research into multiple sclerosis and providing services and programs to the 8000 British Columbians affected by MS and their families since 1975.

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Information from the Volunteer Legal Advocacy Program of the BC/Yukon Division of the MS Society about how to apply for CPP disability benefits. Includes an overview of the process, what you need to do, and sample ...
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Volunteer Legal Advocacy Program (VLAP) provides information and general advocacy support for people affected by multiple sclerosis. Free legal advice or representation is also available based on financial need. More ...
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This booklet provides information on human rights legislation and the complaint procedure for people with multiple sclerosis. It also provides information on employment-related discrimination based on disability.
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This booklet helps people with multiple sclerosis by providing guidance on advocating on your own behalf. It also provides suggestions for communicating with lawyers, doctors, and politicians.
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This booklet provides information on different types of disability insurance for people with multiple sclerosis. It also assists you with applying for disability benefits from your insurance provider and with appealing ...
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This booklet lists addresses of organizations and government departments that deal with legal, advocacy, and disability issues in the larger communities in British Columbia and the Yukon.
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