Clicklaw Monthly Roundup: October/November 2022
We share with you a monthly roundup of changes to Clicklaw’s collection. Here is a summary of updates done in October and November 2022.
Kinbrace Refugee Housing and Support
My Refugee Claim (New)
This website helps refugee claimants in Canada learn about the refugee protection process. Topics include getting legal representation, starting a refugee claim, preparing for and attending a refugee hearing, what happens after a hearing, and making a refugee claim in detention.
Ministry of Attorney General
Northern Virtual Counter (Courthouse Services) (New)
Citizens and lawyers with questions that they normally would have to attend a Courthouse counter for, can now click the Teams link and have a virtual session with court staff to ask questions for both Civil and Criminal matters and for both Provincial and Supreme Court. Currently, it is just a pilot and only for the North region. Clients click on the link, and will get the “we’ve let the person know you’re waiting” message that comes up in Teams. Audio only (call in) option is available.
PLEO Artists’ Legal Outreach
Performing Artists Legal Clinic (New)
The clinic provides summary legal advice for performing artists facing legal and contractual issues. Review the information provided on the website first. If you need additional information and support, fill out the online intake form: https://artistslegaloutreach.com/palc-intake/.
Seniors First BC
Seniors First BC: Legal Programs (New location)
In partnership with the Nanaimo Family Life Association (NFLA), Seniors First BC is hosting free Advance Planning Clinics for low-income seniors aged 55+ at the NFLA office at 1070 Townsite Road. Staff lawyers and volunteer legal professionals can help with drafting and executing Wills, Powers of Attorneys, and Representation Agreements by appointment.
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