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NEW  If you believe that a landlord or housing provider has discriminated against you, you can try to resolve the issue yourself or you may file a complaint with the Alberta Human Rights Commission.
2019

 

NEW  Elder abuse and neglect has become an increasing societal concern. This publication provides you with some of the signs to watch for and ways to address or report  the abuse or neglect.
2019

 

NEW  The Alberta Housing Act creates the opportunity for some seniors to live in housing they can afford. This kind of housing is provided through the Alberta Ministry of Seniors and Housing.
2019

 

NEW  The Alberta Human Rights Act prevents discrimination based on age.
2019

 

NEW  Sometimes, rental advertisements can be discriminatory. The Alberta Human Rights Act helps to protect you from discrimination when you are renting a place to live.
2019

NEW  Seniors who rent a place to live have the same rights and repsonsibilities as other renters.
2019

NEW  A nursing home is a place to live for seniors with complex medical needs, where they have 24-hour access to an on-site Registered Nurse.
2019

NEW  Some landlords may ask for information they do not need to know. This could be discrimination.
2019

NEW What you should know about door to door sales in Alberta.

2019

An affidavit is a sworn, written document that contains facts and information relevant to the application you are making. This guide will explain what you need to know about affidavits.
May 2016
 

 
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