The CMHC said secondary suites are recognized as a source of affordable housing that is often lower cost than apartments in rental buildings.
The Bank of Canada warned about the risks inherent in the shadow banking sector in its most recent Financial System Review last month.
The government should be focused on getting more Canadians to participate in elections, not cutting down the pool of eligible voters, says this writer.
The Ontario government organizations most complained about are Hydro One, the Family Responsibility Office, ODSP, WSIB, and the government branch responsible for private career colleges.
Topics in this issue include new clinic funding, free legal information sessions, new forms at the LTB, ODSP medical reviews, and disability tax credit.
The Ontario Energy Board has scheduled a series of regional meetings to share information about the Ontario Electricity Support Program with its partners, social agencies, and other stakeholders.
An Ontario court has just affirmed that cultural norms that excuse violence have no place here: Editorial
The Ontario Court of Appeal has ruled that "cultural differences" cannot be used to justify a lighter sentence in criminal cases.
Cole Webber, with Parkdale Community Legal Services which represented the tenants, says the settlement is proof that renters are at risk for having their rights violated if they don't band together.
The Conservative government has named 600 of the 840 full-time federally appointed judges, or 3 in every 4 judges on provincial superior courts, appeal courts, the Federal Court, and Tax Court.
A review of Parliament's deliberations reveals that it provided no plausible rationale for why non-residents' right to vote should be restricted or why five years was the expiration date, says this writer.