Substitute Decision Making

Substitute Decision Making is a legal way to have another person make decisions on behalf of a person who no longer has the capacity to make those decisions on his own. Irina Kordic looks at when this is appropriate.


The Downside to Grad Season: Social Host Liability

Parents of teens know the drill when it comes to hosting parties, and year-end gatherings are no exception. Often parents face a much more difficult question: whether or not to include alcohol among the appetizers. This poses a much larger question, what’s your liability? Bill Dick addressed this question at a presentation for parents held at the Vernon District School Board.

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