• Inclusive Investing: Respecting the Rights of Vulnerable Investors through Supported Decision Making

    12 December 2016 Overview The Canadian Centre for Elder Law is conducting a two-year project that focuses on investors from various disability communities who are using supported decision making (Sup DM), as opposed to substitute decision making, in their lives. The key research question is: How can Canadian investment and financial institutions, adults with capacity challenges, and supporters […]   Read More

  • Health Care Consent, Aging and Dementia: Mapping Law and Practice in British Columbia

    9 November 2016 Overview The Canadian Centre for Elder Law (“CCEL”), in collaboration with the Alzheimer Society of British Columbia (“The Society”), is embarking on a project which examines the law, policy and practice of consent to health care in the context of aging and dementia. This 16-month project funded by the Law Foundation of British Columbia will […]   Read More

  • BCLI’s Consultations

    11 March 2011 The British Columbia Law Institute routinely solicits public comment on its work as part of the law reform process. This often comes in the form of consultations, during which public feedback is requested on a consultative document that outlines BCLI’s research and potential proposals. Details of the next project consultation will be made available shortly before the next […]   Read More

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