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Illustrated booklet explains the child protection process for Aboriginal children and families. Describes delegated Aboriginal agencies, mediation, court process, Family Extended Program. Has a flow chart of the child ...
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Co-produced with Indigenous Story Studio (formerly Healthy Aboriginal Network), this graphic novel tells the story of Myra, who is charged with assault with a weapon. Myra learns about her legal rights and, with the ...
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A credit report shows your history of paying bills and borrowing money. Banks and others considering doing business with you look at your credit report to decide whether you’re trustworthy.
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Your employer says they have to lay you off or asks you to work fewer hours “until things pick up”. Learn your rights if you’re temporarily laid off from work.
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We use them all the time — to make purchases, shop online, and collect points. Credit cards are practical and convenient. Learn your rights and avoid problems with credit cards.
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Going to court is one way to resolve a dispute. But there are other ways that can be cheaper, faster, and more effective. Learn about options for “alternative dispute resolution”.
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This website is for people in British Columbia who are interested in unbundled legal services — a new service model for lower-cost legal advice.
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An infographic poster that explains what unbundled legal services are, and where people can find lawyers offering these services.
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This Help Sheet explains the transition from provincial disability benefits (PWD) to Old Age Benefits.
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Practical, step-by-step information about your medical records. Topics include accessing your medical records, fixing a mistake in your medical records, who has access to your medical records, and taking charge of your ...
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