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September 1: Migrant Worker Fair in Cobourg

When: Tuesday, September 1, 2015, 6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Where: Trinity United Church, 284 Division Street, Cobourg

Northumberland Community Legal Centre is one of the hosts of the Migrant Workers Services Fair, where workers can talk freely about their experiences while in Northumberland County.

Posted:
August 28, 2015

Families on Social Assistance receive bad news 48 hours before Christmas Eve

Ontarians who rely on OW and ODSP are still not receiving cheques or deposits, which Cindy Forster, Ontario NDP Critic for Community and Social Services and MPP for Welland, says is unacceptable.

Posted:
December 23, 2014

Ontario Government Renewing Its Commitment to Reduce Poverty

Ontario is launching province-wide consultations to hear how government and communities can continue to work together to break the cycle of poverty.

Posted:
August 27, 2013

Ageism in Canada: Older Women Face More Discrimination Than Men, But Are More Optimistic About Aging, Research Reveals

Canadians treat aging men and women differently, according to research from Revera Inc., a Canadian leader in seniors' accommodation, care and services.

Posted:
July 03, 2013

Canadian Association of Movers: What Consumers Need to Know About Moving into Storage

In this article, the Canadian Association of Movers (CAM) provides advice and recommendations to consumers renting a storage space to ensure the company provides adequate safety and security for your personal property.

Posted:
July 03, 2013

Tightening the screws on Ontario's legal clinics

This article looks at the legal clinic system in Ontario, their purpose in helping the most vulnerable among us, and the challenges they face today.

Posted:
May 29, 2012