News in Consumer Law
Date July 12, 2012
Time 10 a.m.
Place 130 Dundas Street East, Suite 504, corner of Dundas & Camilla, one stoplight east of Hurontario Street
Phone RSVP at least 48 hours in advance by calling 905-896-2050
Mississauga Community Legal Services is pleased to announce a free Public Legal Education Seminar, How to Write a Demand Letter.
The biggest change is the shortening of the maximum amortization period to 25 years from 30 years -- forcing borrowers to pay back their debts sooner.
The United States will be allowed to share information about Canadians with other countries under a sweeping new border deal.
Public Safety Minister Vic Toews is halting a plan to eavesdrop on passenger conversations at airports and border crossings until the federal privacy commissioner has a chance to review it.
You can now subscribe to an audio podcast of the Your Legal Rights public legal education webinars to listen to them on your computer, your mobile device, or MP3 player.
The legislation will cap the fees of companies like Western Union and Moneygram at 5% of money transferred - a key demand outlined by ACORN Canada's members and set out by the World Bank.
The federal government is phasing out the plastic SIN card issued to millions of Canadians to save money and help avoid identity theft.
Twitter is resisting an attempt by prosecutors to gain access to the message history of a writer and activist who was arrested during Occupy Wall Street protests last fall.
Date Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Time 12 p.m. ET
This webinar looks at remote agreements made by telephone or mail.