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Publication Type: Fact Sheet Audience: General Public Language: Spanish

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September 30, 2019

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This is a brochure promoting Alberta canola and products to international buyers


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September 19, 2019

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Brochure with information on how to prepare an emergency kit in case of disaster.


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January 1, 2017

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The Facts on Elder Abuse fact sheet provides information on what Elder Abuse is, who the victims are, who the abusers are, signs of elder abuse, and information and resources if you or someone you know is a victim of elder abuse.


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March 1, 2015

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This information is intended as a general guide to some of the regulations under the Provincial Parks Act and a variety of other provincial and federal legislation that applies to recreational activities in provincial parks and recreation areas.


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January 1, 2013

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This two-page information sheet provides a general introduction to the topic of elder abuse, including how to identify the signs of elder abuse and what to do and who to call if elder abuse is suspected.


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March 1, 2011

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Everyone has a role to play in making the communities, homes and schools hopeful and happy places to be. This information sheet presents what adults can do to prevent and stop bullying.


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March 1, 2011

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Ethnic bullying is intending to harm someone because of their race or culture. Bullies who hide behind racially motivated beliefs and attitudes are still bullies. In fact, law enforcement may consider racially motivated bullying to be a hate crime and they may prosecute.


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June 1, 2010

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Supported decision-making gives someone authority to access your personal information and help you make and communicate your decisions. This is for adults who have the capacity to make their own personal decisions but would like to have someone they trust help them in the decision-making process....


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June 1, 2010

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If an adult’s ability to make personal decisions is impaired but they can make decisions with good support, co-decision-making may be an option. The adult who needs support doesn’t lose authority to make their own decisions. They share that authority with their co-decision-maker.