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A sign language and captioned video on sexual assault reporting options in BC created as part of Disability Alliance BC’s Sexual Assault Reporting Options: Increasing Access for Women with Disabilities project. ...
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This Help Sheet was generously funded by the Ministry of Public Safety.
View PDF from Disability Alliance BC (formerly BC Coalition of People with Disabilities)


Part one (the new Societies Act) explains everything you need to know about the new Act. The objective of the webinar is to help you find out what the key changes are and how to plan ahead. Part two demonstrates the ...
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The webinar recording is available in two parts, explaining the recordkeeping and privacy for non-profit societies.
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These toolkits cover answer questions about how copyright works, the duration of copyright, copyright infringement and fair dealing. This resource also offers discipline-specific toolkits for painters, photographers and ...
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For British Columbian non-profit organizations seeking to understand the requirements of the new Societies Act, SBC 2015, c. 18, and compliance and transition under this new legislation.
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An online library of links to legal education & information resources for non-profits. Includes Civil Resolution Tribunal, privacy, employment law, charities compliance, human rights, the Societies Act, governance, ...
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This self-help resource provides information and instructions for creating an affidavit. It also contains an example affidavit.
View PDF from The National Self-Represented Litigants Project


This pamphlet helps people who are involuntarily hospitalized (certified) under BC’s Mental Health Act understand their rights. It is meant to be a supplement to Form 13.
Also available in: Arabic, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Farsi (Persian), French, Korean, Punjabi, Spanish, Vietnamese
View website from Mental Health Act Rights Advice (MHARA) at SFU


An 8½-minute video clip excerpted from a 2-DVD set created by the Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia. Using the fictional case of Dean and Saya, a couple separating after 17 years of marriage, this ...
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