44 episodes

The Legal Information Society, the public’s trusted source for legal information since 1982.
LawLISNS are short legal information podcasts presented by the Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS - pronounced 'listens'). LawLISNS talk about everyday legal problems in Nova Scotia, your rights and responsibilities, and ways to work things out.

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The Legal Information Society, the public’s trusted source for legal information since 1982.
LawLISNS are short legal information podcasts presented by the Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS - pronounced 'listens'). LawLISNS talk about everyday legal problems in Nova Scotia, your rights and responsibilities, and ways to work things out.

    Youth Legal Info: Accessing Health Care

    Youth Legal Info: Accessing Health Care

    The Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS) is proud to introduce The Youth Legal Information Project, which provides practical legal information to youth under 25. Thank you to The Law Foundation of Ontario for its continued support in providing legal information to Nova Scotians of all ages.
     
    For more information on LISNS resources for youth, go to legalinfo.org/youth. 
     
    Accessing Health Care
     
    Host Ainsley Jackson discusses the right to access Health Care in Nova Scotia and some hurdles you may encounter. They explore some of the tools and resources available to all Nova Scotians that may help you get the help you need. 
    Ainsley shares a recent experience in accessing health care and the challenges they face while trying to get the answers they deserve. 
    Kelly Eagles and Mary Jakeman join Ainsley and discuss the experiences of queer youth in safely accessing general health care and the hurdles that one can encounter while trying to access gender-affirming care respectfully. 
     
    For more information on LISNS resources for youth, go to legalinfo.org/youth. 
     
    LawLISNS are short legal information podcasts presented by the Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS-pronounced 'listens'). LawLISNS talks about everyday legal problems in Nova Scotia, your rights and responsibilities, and ways to work things out.
    The law and information discussed in this episode were current as of October 2023. Laws change, so check with LISNS or a lawyer to see if the law has changed since then. LISNS podcasts explain the law in a general way as it applies in Nova Scotia, Canada. The information is not intended as legal advice. If you have a legal problem, contact a lawyer for advice about what steps you should take.

    • 20 min
    Youth Legal Info: Healthy Relationships

    Youth Legal Info: Healthy Relationships

    The Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS) is proud to introduce The Youth Legal Information Project, which provides practical legal information to youth under 25. Thank you to The Law Foundation of Ontario for its continued support in providing legal information to Nova Scotians of all ages.
     
    For more information on LISNS resources for youth, go to legalinfo.org/youth. 
     
    Healthy Relationships
    Host Ainsley Jackson discusses the importance of healthy relationships and what healthy relationships look like. Ainsley explores the resources available to those who are experiencing unhealthy, toxic, or abusive relationships in Nova Scotia. 
     
    Ainsley sits down with their best friend to discuss how they met, what helped their friendship grow, what healthy relationships look like in their experience and their opinions on their past romantic relationships! 
     
    They are then joined by Kelly Eagles and Mary Jakeman, who discuss Red Flags, Yellow Flags, and Green Flags in relationships! 
     
    For more information on LISNS resources for youth, go to legalinfo.org/youth. 
     
    LawLISNS are short legal information podcasts presented by the Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS-pronounced 'listens'). LawLISNS talks about everyday legal problems in Nova Scotia, your rights and responsibilities, and ways to work things out.
    The law and information discussed in this episode were current as of September 2023. Laws change, so check with LISNS or a lawyer to see if the law has changed since then. LISNS podcasts explain the law in a general way as it applies in Nova Scotia, Canada. The information is not intended as legal advice. If you have a legal problem, contact a lawyer for advice about what steps you should take.

    • 45 min
    Youth Legal Info: Cyberbullying and Your Digital Footprint

    Youth Legal Info: Cyberbullying and Your Digital Footprint

    The Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS) is proud to introduce The Youth Legal Information Project, which provides practical legal information to youth under 25. Thank you to The Law Foundation of Ontario for its continued support in providing legal information to Nova Scotians of all ages.
    Cyberbullying and Your Digital Footprint
    Host Ainsley Jackson discusses what to expect and how to protect yourself in the digital age. From internet and texting safety to cyberbullying and attacks - Ainsley discusses your legal options in Nova Scotia! Chatting with their little sister Lauren and friend, Mary Jakeman about their experiences with cyberbullying at attacks and how they've approached using social media in today's society. 
    LawLISNS are short legal information podcasts presented by the Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS-pronounced 'listens').  LawLISNS talks about everyday legal problems in Nova Scotia, your rights and responsibilities, and ways to work things out.
    The law and information discussed in this episode were current as of September 2023.  Laws change, so check with LISNS or a lawyer to see if the law has changed since then.  LISNS podcasts explain the law in a general way as it applies in Nova Scotia, Canada.  The information is not intended as legal advice.  If you have a legal problem, contact a lawyer for advice about what steps you should take.

    • 56 min
    Youth Legal Information - Education and Post-Secondary Experiences!

    Youth Legal Information - Education and Post-Secondary Experiences!

    The Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS) is proud to introduce The Youth Legal Information Project, which provides practical legal information to youth under 25. Thank you to The Law Foundation of Ontario for its continued support in providing legal information to Nova Scotians of all ages.
    Moving Out
    Host Ainsley Jackson discusses education from Middle School to Post-Secondary experiences! Ainsley chats with her friends, Cleo, Brenna and Jade, about the IB program in Nova Scotia schools, degree inflation and the impact that has on the labour market, student loans, and the Post-Secondary experience. 
    LawLISNS are short legal information podcasts presented by the Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS-pronounced 'listens').  LawLISNS talks about everyday legal problems in Nova Scotia, your rights and responsibilities, and ways to work things out.
    The law and information discussed in this episode were current as of August 2023.  Laws change, so check with LISNS or a lawyer to see if the law has changed since then.  LISNS podcasts explain the law in a general way as it applies in Nova Scotia, Canada.  The information is not intended as legal advice.  If you have a legal problem, contact a lawyer for advice about what steps you should take.

    • 40 min
    Youth Legal Info: Moving Out!

    Youth Legal Info: Moving Out!

    The Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS) is proud to introduce The Youth Legal Information Project, a project that is aimed at providing practical legal information to youth under the age of 25. Thank you to The Law Foundation of Ontario for its continued support in providing legal information to Nova Scotians of all ages.
    Moving Out
    Host Ainsley Jackson discusses her experience moving out on her own! Ainsley chats with her roommate, Erin, about how they became roommates, the experience of subletting and their experience navigating challenging situations with landlords and residential tenancies. 
    LawLISNS are short legal information podcasts presented by the Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS-pronounced 'listens').  LawLISNS talks about everyday legal problems in Nova Scotia, your rights and responsibilities, and ways to work things out.
    The law and information talked about in this episode were current as of August 2023.  Laws change, so check with LISNS or a lawyer to see if the law has changed since then.  LISNS podcasts explain the law in a general way as it applies in Nova Scotia, Canada.  The information is not intended as legal advice.  If you have a legal problem, contact a lawyer for advice about what steps you should take in your situation.

    • 32 min
    Youth Legal Info: Getting your License!

    Youth Legal Info: Getting your License!

    The Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS) is proud to introduce The Youth Legal Information Project, a project that is aimed at providing practical legal information to youth under the age of 25. Thank you to The Law Foundation of Ontario for its continued support in providing legal information to Nova Scotians of all ages.
     
    Getting your License
     
    Host Ainsley Jackson discusses her experience as a youth navigating the world and her struggles with trying to get her license! Hear Ainsley and her friends, Gwen and Erin, chat about their experiences driving and holding their drivers' license!
     
     
    LawLISNS are short legal information podcasts presented by the Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS-pronounced 'listens').  LawLISNS talks about everyday legal problems in Nova Scotia, your rights and responsibilities, and ways to work things out.
     
    The law and information talked about in this episode were current as of August 2023.  Laws change, so check with LISNS or a lawyer to see if the law has changed since then.  LISNS podcasts explain the law in a general way as it applies in Nova Scotia, Canada.  The information is not intended as legal advice.  If you have a legal problem, contact a lawyer for advice about what steps you should take in your situation.

    • 30 min

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