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Welcome to the Community Care and Assisted Living Appeal Board

COVID-19 – The Tribunal continues to operate, with most services available by phone or video. See COVID-19 MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR (September 1, 2021) if you have questions about filing deadlines and for updates about how to communicate with us, or call the registry at (250) 387-3464.


Office Closure - National Day for Truth and Reconicliation
The Federal Government designated September 30, as the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in response to Call to Action 80 of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to establish a national day to acknowledge the history and legacy of residential schools. As part of the CCALAB's commitment to reconciliation and in recognition of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation our office[s] will be closed on September 30, 2021. We will use the day as an opportunity to pause and consider the history, legacy and ongoing effects of residential schools, as well as associated colonial practices. We will reflect on how to best incorporate the rights described in the United Nations Declaration of Rights of Indigenous Peoples into our practices and procedures. We will contemplate the actions we can take, individually and collectively, to foster reconciliation, dialogue, transparency, and access to justice for Indigenous peoples in British Columbia.

Welcome to the website for the Community Care and Assisted Living Appeal Board (CCALAB) of British Columbia. The CCALAB is a tribunal created under the Community Care and Assisted Living Act to hear and decide appeals from licensing, registration and certification decisions about community care facilities, assisted living residences and early childhood educators.

This website provides information about the CCALAB and how the appeal process to the CCALAB operates.  The Appeal Process section provides access to the CCALAB Rules of Practice and Procedure and links to CCALAB information sheets and other resources that may assist you with the appeal process.

The Board is subject to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and the regulations under that Act. If a member of the public requests access to records about an appeal, access may be given unless the information falls under an exception to disclosure in the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act or the Administrative Tribunals Act.

CCALAB hearings are open to the public (See COVID-19 MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR for updated info).

 

NEWDecision Publication Policy - Effective January 1, 2017, decisions published on the CCALAB website will no longer be automatically anonymized to protect the identity of individual appellants.

Click here to see a copy of the new policy. Use the feedback button below to send us your comments.

 

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