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The CCELS is well situated to engage the larger community in identifying problems and developing solutions.
Facilitation is integral to the work of the CCELS. If issues arise which the CCELS cannot specifically address, we will support those in need to find others who can help.
The first CCELS Canadian Conference on Elder Law was held on the weekend of October 29-30, 2005 at the Sheraton Wall Centre, in downtown Vancouver.
(1) All CCELS publications are available for download at: http://www.ccels.ca/publications.html.
(i) Laura Watts is the Program Director of the Canadian Centre for Elder Law Studies (CCELS), and a Staff Lawyer at the British Columbia Law Institute.
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