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This fact sheet tells you about the Wage Earner Protection Program (WEPP) from the federal government and when an employee can file a complaint.
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The paper reviews six financing models to pay for litigation: unbundled legal services, third-party litigation funding, alternative fee arrangements, crowdfunding, legal expense insurance, and publicly funded litigation ...
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This guide is for self-represented litigants (SRLs) who are also people with disabilities (PWDs). It provides information on disability accommodations and resources in the justice system. It includes a list of ...
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This guide helps self-represented litigants (SRLs) with reading case reports. It gives advice to SRLs on how to read and use case law in their legal research and is a companion to the Can Lll primer. It also includes a ...
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This website has information about tax benefits and requirements that apply to Aboriginal peoples. Aboriginal people are subject to the same tax rules as other Canadian residents unless their income is eligible for the ...
Also available in: French
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You may disagree with the Ministry's reconsideration decision related to your CPP benefits. When this happens, you may appeal this decision to the Social Security Tribunal. This website explains the appeal process for a ...
Also available in: French
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This website gives you some tips on dealing with a dispute over repairs to a vehicle.
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STIBC is pleased to provide you with this glossary of 5000 Canadian legal and court-related terms in English Plain Language, and their equivalents in six other languages (Chinese, Farsi, Punjabi, Russian, Spanish, ...
Also available in: Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Farsi (Persian), Korean, Punjabi, Russian, Spanish, Vietnamese
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Stages in a Criminal Case: These notes provide more information about criminal procedure ā€“ the procedures set out in the Criminal Code of Canada to be followed in criminal cases.
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Chart shows possible stages and orders in child protection proceedings under the Child, Family and Community Service Act, with notes ā€“ statute sections are hyperlinked to the Act.
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