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This comprehensive report is based on the lived experience, leadership, and expertise of Indigenous survivors. It places Indigenous women survivors at the center, rather than as a secondary reference. It proposes 35 key ...
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This project will make recommendations to reform the law of pension division on spousal breakdown under part 6 of the Family Law Act. Pensions are a complex type of property to divide fairly between spouses, so the law ...
View website from British Columbia Law Institute (BCLI)


West Coast LEAF's 10th annual CEDAW Report Card grades BC on nine issues impacting women’s human rights, including child protection, a new section this year. The Report Card assesses BC’s record in 2018 in relation to ...
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This report prepared for Living Oceans Society examines the potential financial liability Canadian taxpayers could face if there were a catastrophic oil tanker spill in the coastal waters of British Columbia’s north ...
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This paper provides an assessment of Government’s ability to protect the Comox Valley should the proposed Raven Coal mine be approved.
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This report for the Climate Justice Project provides a detailed overview of existing low-income energy efficiency programs and recommendations for reform in British Columbia.
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This report examines how public school lands can be preserved for their green space values. It argues that the public green space created by school lands should be recognized in law and policy as an important public ...
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This report is a comparison of the aquaculture regulatory regimes of British Columbia and Norway. It concentrates on five different areas: escapes, disease, sea lice, waste, and siting.
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This paper addresses the urgent need for reform of the regulatory processes overseen by the National Energy Board with respect to pipeline construction on private land. Reform is needed to provide simple fairness and ...
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