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Employment and Social Development Canada

Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) is the department of the Government of Canada responsible for developing, managing and delivering social programs and services.

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Citizenship and Immigration Canada

Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) was created in 1994 to link immigration services with citizenship registration, promote the unique ideals all Canadians share and help build a stronger Canada.

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Tenant Resource and Advisory Centre (TRAC)

TRAC promotes the legal protection of tenants across BC by providing information, education, support and research on residential tenancy matters. Services include a phone service, workshops, direct representation, website, online course, social media and multilingual publications.

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Mediate BC Society

Mediate BC Society is a not-for-profit society committed to providing people with practical, accessible and affordable choices to prevent, manage and resolve disputes. It is your go-to hub for mediation information, services and programs. Mediate BC manages a list of qualified civil and family mediators as well as information about the mediators on British Columbia's Child Protection Mediation Program Roster.

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SFU Centre for Education, Law and Society

The central purpose of CELS is to improve the legal literacy of children and young adults through a program of teaching, research, curriculum development, and school-based initiatives. Our work encompasses the role of law in society and its impact on the individual, citizenship engagement, social justice and human rights, conflict resolution, school law and policies, and cyberbullying. We offer credit courses in law-related education and conduct research into topical legal issues.

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Consumer Protection BC

Consumer Protection BC promotes a fair marketplace for BC consumers and businesses.

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BC Ministry of Health

The Ministry of Health has overall responsibility for ensuring that quality, appropriate, cost effective and timely health services are available for all British Columbians.

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Battered Women's Support Services

A feminist voice against violence and oppression, BWSS is a strong, dynamic organization that provides support and advocacy for women who have experienced abuse, as well as community education and training about violence against women. Part of a global feminist anti-violence movement, our long-term goal is the elimination of all violence against women and girls.

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The National Self-Represented Litigants Project

The National Self-Represented Litigants Project (NSRLP) builds on the National Self-Represented Litigants (SRL’s) Research Study conducted by Dr. Julie Macfarlane from 2011-2013. NSRLP is committed to collaboration to enhance the responsiveness of the Canadian justice system to SRL’s, and to continuing dialogue among the stakeholders who include SRL’s, lawyers, judges and court services staff. NSRLP is also acting as a clearinghouse for information and resources related to the SRL phenomenon.

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BC Ministry of Municipal Affairs & Housing

The Ministry of Municipal Affairs & Housing takes leadership in supporting local governments, not-for-profit organizations and residents to build vibrant and healthy communities that are well governed, liveable, safe, economically resilient, and socially and environmentally responsible; and provides British Columbians with access to more affordable, safe and appropriate housing through policy and programs, technical codes and standards, and services for landlords and tenants. ​

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