Updated coronavirus coverage, and a new webinar

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November 27, 2020

Orders vs. suggestions. Tickets vs. warnings. Masks required vs. masks preferred. With the COVID rules changing frequently, it's hard (and exhausting) to keep up. Our gift to you as we close out a most unusual year features an incredible panel of speakers prepared to answer your questions. At our December 15 webinar, join human rights lawyer Laura Track, employment lawyer Jessica Forman, and health and insurance lawyer Dionne Liu as they address coronavirus issues in the law and everyday life. Don't wait, this one will be popular! Register now for Everyday Legal Issues During COVID Fatigue.

In the meantime, you can check out our updated coronavirus coverage on the website. For workers impacted financially by the pandemic, we explain the latest relief benefits available. Our page providing questions and answers on coronavirus legal issues continues to expand, with updates on such top-of-mind questions as:

  • How many people are allowed in my house right now?

  • What's the latest with restaurants and pubs?

  • Can I go to my place of worship?

  • Can I travel?

  • Do I have to wear a mask at work?

This website explains in a general way the law that applies in British Columbia, Canada. The information is not intended as legal advice. The cases we refer to reflect real experiences, but names have been changed. See our full disclaimer.

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