News in Clinic Newsletters
Topics in the Durham Community Legal Clinic newsletter include getting an inheritance while receiving ODSP benefits, social assistance rate increase, RDSPs (Registered Disability Savings Plan), two court decisions, and maintenance in rental accommodation.
Topics in the Winter 2010 issue of La Chronique juridique (in French only) include denying ODSP benefits to people with addictions, one per cent raise in social assistance rates, changes to some social assistance rules, and questions and answers on housing, employment standards, and social assistance.
Topics in the HALCO - HIV & AIDS Legal Clinic (Ontario) newsletter include HALCO's public legal education program, the Campaign for Prosecutorial Guidelines for HIV Non-Disclosure Allegations, New Criminalization of HIV Non-Disclosure Research, ODSP updates, RDSPs, and immigration law updates.
Topics in Bafflegab include responsibility for bedbugs in rental units, update on energy poverty, the Registered Disability Savings Plan, and National Housing Strategy Day activities.
Topics include special needs education, changes to welfare rules, reductions in rent, and where to get legal help.
Topics include Children's Fitness Tax Credit, fairness for the self-employed, Oxycodone, identity theft, collection agencies, and changes to OW & ODSP.
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.
Topics in the ACE Newsletter include ACE's concerns about Bill 21, graduated de-licencing of older drivers, the Apology Act, RRSPs and bankruptcy, and a special insert on the new Long-Term Care Homes Act.
Topics include how the HST will affect you, First Nations post secondary education, ODSP & CPP-D benefits, fast-track evictions, and Ontario government's plan to help with rising hydro costs.
Topics in ARCH Alert include the report of the independent reviewer of AODA, a legal action launched against discriminatory zoning bylaws, and an update on service animal law in Ontario.