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January 19: Supporting the Human Rights of Migrant Sex Workers: Legal Training for Service Providers

Information from Connecting Communities Project: Are you working with migrants, people without legal status, women facing gender-based violence, or sex workers or women who may sell sexual or erotic services? 

Would you...


Connecting Communities

People who don't speak English or French and people who live in rural or remote communities face significant barriers to accessing the legal information and services they need. A project of Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO), Connecting...


Do you know when your client's problem is legal?

Figuring out if your client has a legal problem, or an issue that could turn into a legal problem, is important because it can help them take action or avoid more serious problems. Find out...


Good Samaritan Drug Overdose Act Wallet Cards Now Available

From a Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network news release: With Canada's fatal overdose crisis...


How are women with disabilities affected by violence that is different from other women?

From a Q&A between Legal Aid Ontario and Family Service Toronto: Often overlooked, women with disabilities can experience unique types of abuse. According to one study, women with disabilities are two times as likely to report...


Ontario will limit its prosecution of HIV non-disclosure cases

The Ontario government announced Friday, World AIDS day, that Crown attorneys will no longer prosecute cases of HIV-positive individuals who don't disclose their status to their sexual partner, where the individual has a...


Feds pledge to fund mercury treatment facility in Grassy Narrows First Nation

The federal government has committed to funding a treatment centre for an Ontario community plagued by mercury contamination, says Grassy Narrows Chief Simon Fobister.

Fobister said Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott delivered the news...


HALCO Autumn 2017 newsletter is now available

Topics in this issue include: HIV criminalization, changes to OW and ODSP, OHIP+ prescription drug benefits, increases to Ontario's minimum wage, employment changes coming.

Articles in this issue: 

  • HALCO Annual General Meeting...

Port Hope homeowners in the dark about dangerously high levels of lead on their property

The swing set outside Ron Marston's house warms him with a smile and then a shudder.



New Patient Navigators to Assist Every Person Diagnosed with Dementia to Access the Right Care

From a Government of Ontario news release: Ontario will connect every person diagnosed with dementia with a patient navigator by expanding the proven First Link program to every community across the province, making access to care...

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