Legal Information for Indigenous People
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This wikibook from Bella Coola Legal Advocacy Program provides basic & accessible legal information for Indigenous people facing legal issues, incl. the justice systems, children & families, rights & protections, death & taxes, income security, and class actions. It explains how the laws can vary for people based on their Indigeneity.
- Acknowledgements and Foreword
- Justice Systems
- Children and Families
- Know Your Rights
- Death and Taxes
- Income Security
- Class Actions
- Glossary of Laws and Legal Reviewers
About Bella Coola Legal Advocacy Program
"Serving clients from the Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities of the Bella Coola valley, the outer Mid-Coast and the Western Chilcotin, with experience in both on and off reserve legal issues."
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