March 2, 2011

Federal Task Force on Financial Literacy Recognizes Elder Abuse

The Task Force on Financial Literacy, appointed by the Government of Canada in June 2009, published its Final Report this morning.  Entitled, Canadians and their Money: Building a Brighter Financial Future, this report builds on consultations with over 170 organizations and over 300 submissions, and makes 30 recommendations aimed at enhancing financial literacy of Canadians.

July 24, 2010

World Elder Law Study Group 2010

2010 World Elder Law Study Group Presentations

Professor Mark Bauer, Professor of Law, Stetson University College of Law

  • Exacerbated by Success: Consumer Fraud and the Incomplete Integration of North American Financial Systems

    June 24, 2010

    CCEL Announces Online Launch of Family Caregiving Study Paper

    The British Columbia Law Institute and the Canadian Centre for Elder Law are pleased to announce the online launch of their study paper, Care/Work: Law Reform to Support Family Caregivers to Balance Paid Work and Unpaid Caregiving.

    The study paper, generously funded by the Law Foundation of British Columbia, considers whether the law recognizes the value of unpaid family caregiving labour and examines to what extent the law assists British Columbians who are managing the double role of worker / caregiver.

    June 2, 2010

    2010 Canadian Conference on Elder Law: Call for Papers Released

    The Canadian Centre for Elder
    Law and the Law Commission of Ontario welcome submissions for workshops,
    individual paper presentations and symposia/panel presentations for
    this year's Canadian
    Conference on Elder Law
    . The call for abstracts deadline is June
    30, 2010
    , but early expressions of interest are strongly

    2010 Canadian (International) Conference on Elder Law

    CCEL logo
    In conjunction with the Law Commission of Ontario

    "Developing an Anti-Ageist Approach to the Law"

    October 28-30, 2010
    Delta Chelsea Hotel
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada