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If you are eligible, have completed all of your sentences, and it is past the waiting period, you can apply for a record suspension. Each of the steps here provides links and instructions.
This pamphlet sets out what the offences are, how to report an offence, whom to contact, and what the available remedies are.
On June 10, 2016, the Protecting Employees' Tips Act, 2015 will come into force amending the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA) to create rules around the handling of tips and other gratuities in the workplace.
This guideline has been prepared to provide general information regarding the ESA rules with respect to the handling of tips and other gratuities in the workplace. For more information visit the Ontario Ministry of Labour's Tips and Other Gratuities page (Ontario.ca/tipsandgratuities) or call the Employment Standards Information Centre at 1-800-531-5551 (or TTY 1-866-567-8893 for the hearing impaired). Information is available in multiple languages.
This video explains that many applications for record suspensions are returned before they can be processed because of missing or incomplete information. It has simple steps to follow to ensure that your application is complete before you submit it. Text of the video is included.
As of June 2016, there are new rules around the handling of tips and other gratuities in the workplace. These rules affect employers and employees covered by the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA) in workplaces where tips and gratuities are received – such as at bars, restaurants, hair and nail salons, catering firms, and taxis. This video explains the new rules.
The Welcome Ontario - Syrian Refugee Assistance Information website has as its goal to bring together trustworthy information for those helping Syrian refugees settle in Ontario. It has Syrian refugee-specific information and referrals about immigration, legal, housing, health care, employment, and daily life.
This tip sheet gives general information about what discrimination and harassment are, where you can go if you think your landlord has discriminated against you or harassed you, and what steps you can take at the Landlord and Tenant Board. Some of the topics covered are:
- Does the Ontario Human Rights Code protect my housing rights?
- Does my landlord have to make sure I have the same access to housing as other tenants?
- What can I do if I think my landlord has violated my human rights?
- If I decide to apply to the Board, what do I do next?
- Where can I get more help or information?
This tip sheet contains general information on what to do if your landlord is not keeping the place you rent in good repair or if your landlord does not respect your legal rights. It explains how to fill out Landlord and Tenant Board forms T2 and T6, and answers questions such as, Do I have to pay rent if my landlord won't do repairs?, What if I need the Landlord and Tenant Board to hear my application right away?, and What can I do if I think the Board's order is wrong?
This tip sheet gives general information about what you can do if your landlord or someone who buys the place that you rent wants you to move out so that they can live in your place. Some of the topics covered are:
- If the place I rent is sold, do I have to move out?
- Can I be evicted because my landlord wants to move into my place?
- What does the landlord have to do to evict me?
- What should I say at the eviction hearing?
- My landlord rented my place to someone else after I moved out. What can I do?
This resource explains what forms a person needs to get married outside of Ontario.