May 11: Information session on Steps to Justice, Thunder Bay

The Northwestern Ontario Women’s Centre would like to invite you to an upcoming information session:

Steps to Justice: Your guide to law in Ontario

Community Legal Education Ontario is excited to announce the...


Canadian Environmental Law Association's April 2017 Bulletin is now available

Topics in this issue include carcinogen reporting, endocrine disrupting chemicals, calling for triclosan ban, Green Budget Coalition, and the proposed risk assessment of pesticides.

Articles include:

  • Comparing carcinogen reporting...

Black students hindered by academic streaming, suspensions: Report

Black children in the GTA may start kindergarten feeling confident and excited to learn, but too many are "gradually worn down" by schools that stream them into applied courses and suspend them at much...


New funding available for 'breakthrough' family law ideas that advance access to justice

From a Law Foundation of Ontario news release: The Law Foundation of Ontario opened a new call for applications today to fund innovative legal projects in the area of family law through its national Access to Justice Fund.



Border Rights for Refugees

This know-your-rights guide is for non-U.S. citizens coming to Canada from the United States to make a refugee claim. It has four sections:

  • Coming by a port of entry
  • Making a refugee claim at a port of entry
  • Entering...

May 11: 'Sleep a night under my roof' training day for social service workers

From an article: On May 11, the Table Community Food Centre will be hosting a free all-day workshop for front line workers and service providers called "Sleep A Night Under My Roof." The event takes place from 8...


April 13: Webinar: Who is vulnerable to household food insecurity and what does this mean for policy and practice?

Information provided by PROOF: Please join PROOF and CDPAC for a second webinar on household food insecurity. In this webinar, we will delve into the question of what drives vulnerability to household food insecurity in Canada....


PROOF - Food Insecurity Policy Research

PROOF is an interdisciplinary research team investigating household food insecurity in Canada. The goal of this research program is to identify effective policy approaches to reduce household food insecurity, which is defined as the inadequate or...


Hard At Work: How do students live on unpaid internships?

From a CBC article in its Hard at Work series: Anne is making tough choices now that it's time to start the mandatory internship component of her post-graduate diploma at Western University. Will she graduate or pay her rent?



CCRC's 2017 Federal Budget Analysis

Information from the Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children: Canada aspires to be an innovation nation, a focus of the commercial and social investments in Federal Budget 2017. It's a vision to create better livelihoods...

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