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This resource provides information related to physical or emotional abuse or threatened abuse with a set of questions that can provide useful information and resources.
This section of the Ministry of the Attorney General of Ontario website includes the following information:
- About Criminal Law
- What Happens in Criminal Court
- If you are an Accused person
- If you are a Victim of Crime
- If you are a Witness
- About Subpoenas and Summons'
- About Appeals
- If you are a Surety
- If you are a Young Person Charged with a Criminal Offence
This booklet is meant to help you decide whether you have a serious debt problem and gives suggestions for solving your difficulties and avoiding them in the future. It includes these topics:
- Recognize the danger signals
- Possible solutions
- What you should know
- Where to go for help
- Assessment and counselling
- Consumer proposal
Appendix I – Excerpts from the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act concerning bankruptcies
This Government of Canada website has tips, information, and related links on how to manage your debts.
Justice Canada has produced a video to help families going through divorce or separation by guiding them to a range of free family justice tools and products available on the Justice Canada website.
This handbook is for any woman in Ontario who is being abused, or who has been abused, by her partner. It includes information on making a safety plan, preparing to leave, the criminal process and trial, a woman's rights under family law, protection orders, and legal and community resources in Ontario.
It also has information on how abuse may affect a woman's immigration status, and a section that focuses on Indigenous women.
This website includes information about Employment Insurance services, laws and regulations, publications, consultations, and statistics.
Information on the Government of Canada Employment Sickness Benefit web page includes:
- How much you could receive
- What you need before you start
- After you've applied
- While on EI
- Rights and responsibilities
If the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) makes a decision an employer does not agree with, the employer can appeal it. This section of the WSIB website describes the appeal process for employers.
Note: Versions of this resource in many other languages are provided on the webpage by Google Translate.
This resource is about the rules regarding regular Employment Insurance (EI) benefits. It explains who qualifies, how to apply, and how much a person can receive and covers topics such as disqualifications and penalties, and what can happen if you are fired, laid off, or you quit your job. There is also a short section on re-employment benefits.