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Maryth Yachnin, a lawyer with the Industrial Accident Victims Group (IAVGO) in Toronto, calls many of the WSIB decisions "unjustified and completely unfair" to workers.
The 45 recommendations focused on campus sexual assault, harassment in public, cyberviolence, and better treatment by the justice system of those reporting gender-based violence and sexual assault.
Indigenous laws are often depicted in traditional narratives, language, song, and dances. They're not the same as Aboriginal laws, which pertain to treaty rights and enforcement.
The pastor at the First Baptist Church in Wallaceburg, Ont., spoke with As It Happens host Carol Off about the desperate measures people are taking in his community to try to cover their costs.
The Ontario housing minister vows that the province will soon unveil new "rental controls" to address the skyrocketing cost to lease a home in and around Toronto.
Advanced practice nurses and nurse anesthetists have been told they no longer qualify for professional visas.
NDP MPP Peter Tabuns said his bill will call for rent control to be extended to units that came on the market after 1991 - they are currently not covered by rent control.
Correctional investigator Ivan Zinger released new figures today showing the number of admissions to segregation dropped in 2015-16, a trend that has continued into this year.
People who spend most of their cheques to cover rent end up doing without basic necessities.
The Ontario Justice Education Network, with funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, sponsored the 8-week project that resulted in a student-produced radio program about their legal rights.
As part of a unique outreach program in Toronto, police walk with Indigenous elders to have conversations with Aboriginal homeless people and help them gain access to support services.
If approved, the city's licensing and standards division will be able to offer better information to would-be renters about conditions and how management has dealt with them.
Toronto landlords charging potential tenants money just to apply for an apartment, Radio-Canada finds
Six Toronto apartment rental companies demanded cash or sought potential renters' personal information during the application process, a hidden camera investigation by Radio-Canada reveals.
More than 90 per cent of the population in the Grassy Narrows and Wabaseemoong First Nations show signs of mercury poisoning.
Landlords have little recourse if a tenant is growing licensed medical pot: they don't even have the right to know it's happening, yet they're denied coverage if a tenant is growing it.
The review is examining just about everything related to labour law in this province, including sick pay, overtime, how workers can join unions, and employers' responsibilities to contract workers.
"People thought the U.S. would behave reasonably, we don't have to worry about this. But then you have a president who is elected on saying, 'we want to ban Muslims.'"
'Excited over the simple things': First Nation enjoys turning on the taps after 10 years without clean water
Pic Mobert is one of 18 Indigenous communities that got off the federal government's long-term drinking water list — a designation for reserves with advisories in place for more than a year.
CBC reporter Shannon Martin's rent shot up nearly $1K a month, now she bounces around between family and friends.
"Many of the people I spoke to, English is not their first language," she said. "Their families are sometimes hundreds of kilometres away, so they weren't able to have regular visits with family."