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On December 14, 2020, KCLA prepared and filed written submissions to the Ministry of Long-Term Care in the public consultation relating to the proposed transfer of license from the Rose of Sharon Korean Long Term Care to the for-profit entity, RYKKA Care Centres LP. The written submissions highlighted that non-profit homes provide better care for its residents than for-profit homes, and that RYKKA's past conduct affords reasonable grounds to believe that the proposed transfer would be prejudicial to the health, safety or welfare of Rose of Sharon's residents.

Our partner organization, the Korean Legal Clinic, is looking for volunteer lawyers to assist in the provision of legal clinic services in the following areas: family, employment, criminal, housing, and immigration.

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