YOUTH RESOURCES 

This booklet explains the law and parenting in Alberta. There is information about custody and guardianship, parenting plans, how to make agreements with the other parent, common problems and suggestions on how to resolve them.
June 2014

The Alberta Family Law Act does not specifically give or protect grandparents' rights of access but it does provide for options such as applying to the court for a contact order or, if safety is an issue, arranging to be the caregiver or guardian of the children.
June 2010

 

This poster contains answers to some of the most common "how old do I have to be" questions that young people have. This resource is great for teachers and youth workers.
May 2012

 

This colourful information sheet provides legal information about mobile phones for all ages and can be folded to fit comfortably in a wallet. Dimensions 9cm x 43cm
November 2013

 

This booklet explains the law for young parents. This booklet has information about pregnancy, adoption, guardianship, living together, getting married, living apart and child support.
June 2014

 

The Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA) in Action poster explains the basics of the YCJA. Teachers can use this poster with our YCJA lesson plans and videos available on www.lawcentralschools.ca This resource is great for teachers and youth workers.
February 2013

 
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