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Making Plans gives parents information about what issues they need to address when coming up with a parenting arrangement after divorce and the processes they can use to come up with this arrangement. Section titles are:
- What you may be feeling
- What your children may be feeling
- Parenting after separation - focusing on your children
- What is the best parenting arrangement for my child?
- Options for developing a parenting arrangement
- Special issues
This website has been created to help anyone involved in an Internet exploitation or "sexting" incident. It looks at:
- Steps you can take when your picture/video is being shared among peers
- Practical steps you can take to get your picture/video off the Internet
- The importance of seeking support
- Ideas to help you cope
- Knowing when things have gone too far
This pamphlet provides information on what is meant by the age of consent to sexual activity and an overview of Canada's laws on sexual assault and other offences involving sexual exploitation.
This booklet provides information to help health professionals complete the forms in the Ontario Disability Support Program's disability determination package. It explains the application process, how decisions are made, and what kind of information should be included on the forms.
Each section of this tool looks at different issues for you to think about as you decide on your parenting arrangements throughout separation and divorce. Some of the options presented are:
- how you will make decisions about your children
- how your children will spend time with each parent
- how you will exchange information and communicate about your children
- how you will handle appointments and other practical arrangements for your children
- moving away
- how you will resolve disputes
- reviewing, monitoring and changing the parenting plan
A booklet for parents-to-be, this new, revised version offers information ranging from rights during pregnancy, to naming the baby and registering the birth, to paternity issues, child support, and adoption.
Note: This booklet was written for the people of New Brunswick, so while some information in it applies to all of Canada, some referrals, contact information, and references to laws may apply only to New Brunswick.
This video explains the role of the victim in the Parole Board's decisions on parole for offenders. It describes what information the victim is entitled to have, emphasizes the importance of the victim's information in the parole process, and lists tips to keep in mind when preparing a statement for the Board.
This booklet sets out the rights of a person who is stopped, questioned, searched, arrested, or detained by the police. It also explains when the police can enter or search someone's home.
This pamphlet explains what a Power of Attorney for Personal Care is, reasons to make one, and what can happen if you do not. Topics include how to make a Power of Attorney for Personal Care, when an attorney can make decisions, the types of decisions they can make, and where to get forms, legal information, and help.
Part of Legal Aid Ontario's Law Facts website, this section has information about the process for making a claim for refugee protection in Canada, which changed on December 15, 2012. These changes are the result of Bill C-31, the federal government's new federal refugee and immigration legislation. The information in this website is divided into six categories that outline what you need to make a refugee claim, important deadlines you will need to keep in mind, and resources to get you started:
- Checklist of documents for your claim
- Designated countries of origin
- Completing your Basis of Claim (BOC) form
- Links and resources