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Explains harvesting rights and what to do if you've been charged with a harvesting offence
Provides an overview of the child protection process for Aboriginal families
Lets Aboriginal parents know about their right to get legal advice if they're being investigated for a child protection matter
Provides an overview of the types of information and resources on the Aboriginal Legal Aid in BC website
Provides an overview and preview of the Aboriginal Legal Aid in BC website
Poster to help share Marnie's story about her experience with family violence.
Help share Marnie's story
Poster to help share Emily's story about her experience with child protection.
Help share Emily's story
Explains how to administer an estate on reserve
Contains sample forms and letters for administering an estate on reserve
No longer up-to-date. See Gladue Rights at Bail and Sentencing and Your Gladue Rights to find out more about Gladue rights and Gladue reports.
Infographic poster shows when Gladue rights apply for Aboriginal people during the criminal court process
Explains how to prepare an oral or written submission for a hearing
Explains income assistance on reserve, how to apply, and who can help
Explains the basics of family law in BC. Includes information on separation and divorce, including how to work out child and spousal support.
Explains what happens if the ministry has concerns about your child's safety or plans to remove your child from your home
Explains what Aboriginal parents can do during a child protection investigation
Explains how a mediator can help you work with the ministry
Explains many of the court orders and hearings involved in child protection cases
Explains what delegated Aboriginal agencies are and their potential role in child protection matters
Explains how you can have your child stay with family or friends instead of going into foster care