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Legal Literacy Activity: The Wireless Code: Protection for Cell Phone Owners In Canad

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This Legal Literacy Activity (LLA) is designed for use by literacy workers and volunteers in building and developing literacy skills in literacy center clients. 

Developed by Community Law School (Sarnia-Lambton) Inc., with the assistance of a grant from the Canadian Bar Association's Law for the Future Fund, this is one of nearly fifty LLAs focusing on Federal law topics of interest to consumers and geared to literacy workers and their clients. 

These LLAs cover a variety of legal topics and utilize the development of literacy skills to also inform people of the rights under Canadian law.

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Last edited: Monday, August 10, 2020 @ 5:31 PM