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Many people's only interaction with the civil courts in Ontario will be through small claims court, but Is small claims court now too complicated for the average person to represent himself or herself?
There are circumstances where, for legal and security reasons, people must show their faces: boarding a plane or crossing a border and in some cases, court proceedings. A swearing-in ceremony isn't one of them.
Evangel Hall executive director Joseph Taylor opened the dental clinic in 2009, after he discovered that 50% of the clients he saw at the drop-in centre hadn't been to a dentist in five years.
Why were the CBSA, along with the Ontario ministries of transportation and environment, as well as the OPP, conducting a series of commercial vehicle safety blitzes in Toronto?
The Human Rights Legal Support Centre secured almost $3 million in financial compensation for Ontarians who were discriminated against in a variety of cases ranging from a disabled woman tormented by a landlord to a car lease holder called a “cheating... typical Indian.”
The Human Rights Legal Support Centre secured almost $3 million in financial compensation for Ontarians who were discriminated against in a variety of cases.
The Canada Borders Services Agency (CBSA) is beefing up efforts to strip refugee status from those who don’t qualify by setting a new target for how many such cases it will deal with annually.
A BMO study found half of Canadians believe a potential employee is more likely to be hired if they are able to mask a disability.
A single mother of three children, the eldest of whom suffers from Asperger's syndrome, is on the verge of homelessness after nearly falling victim to a Nigerian rent scam.
Hundreds of thousands of people come to Canada as immigrants every year, but fewer are actually becoming citizens.
The Toronto Sun reports that women's shelters are no longer off-limits to immigration officers looking to round up and deport people hiding out in Canada illegally.
The Ontario government's very definition of a developmental disability has changed as the province modernizes the way it supports vulnerable citizens, according to a Toronto Sun article.
Canadian authorities looking to deport illegal immigrants will be prohibited from raiding shelters and locations where women are treated for abuse.