News from Niagara North Community Legal Assistance

Niagara North Community Legal Assistance (NNCLA) provides free legal services to low-income residents of St. Catharine's and surrounding areas.

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June 13: Register now for CLEO's webinar, The 'In and Out' of Evictions

Date Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Time 10 a.m. ET
Place Online

This webinar gives information on how to advise clients who are dealing with eviction.

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May 29, 2012

Winter 2012 Niagara North Community Legal Assistance newsletter now available

Topics in What Now include 30-year anniversary of clinic, tenants' rights in winter, HIV non-disclosure, and the effect of the poor economy on housing in Niagara Region.

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March 20, 2012

Autumn 2011 issue of Niagara North Community Legal Assistance newsletter now available

Topics in What Now include consultation on Social Assistance Review, clinic report, and celebration of migrant workers.

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October 27, 2011

Summer 2011 Niagara North Community Legal Assistance Newsletter now available

Topics include Ontario Project for Interclinic Community Organizing forum, Social Assistance Review, and Special Diet information.

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August 03, 2011

Niagara North Community Legal Assistance Winter 2011 newsletter now available

Topics in this issue include new satellite legal clinics and seminars, changes in ODSP benefits, migrant workers abandoned, consumer rights, and welfare review.

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January 25, 2011

Niagara North clinic branches out

New satellite legal clinics and seminars are getting Niagara North Community Legal Assistance out of its Church Street, St. Catharines, offices to raise the clinic's presence. The satellite legal clinics will be set up at Brock University, the Housing Help Centre in St. Catharines, and at Niagara Falls Public Library.

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January 25, 2011

Autumn 2010 Niagara North Community Legal Assistance newsletter now available

Topics in "What Now," the Niagara North Community Legal Assistance newsletter, include the Ombudman's exposure of Hamilton-Niagara Region LHIN's illegal "clandestine" meetings, changes to WSIB's Labour Market Re-Entry Program, and the ARCH survey in the Niagara Peninsula.

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September 22, 2010