Former residents of 12 provincial institutions will proceed on claims that they suffered physical abuse and neglect while they were living in those facilities.
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.
Kinna-aweya Legal Clinic, which provides poverty law services in Thunder Bay, provides a fire-proof safe in a back office to store government identification for vulnerable people.
Between August 28 and August 31, 2015, people can go online to help recruit Ontario's first Patient Ombudsman by identifying which qualities they think are most important for the role.
The Hamilton Community Legal Clinic has information about what happens when a landlord ends a renter's tenancy because they want the unit for their own use.
This video on the Global News website tells you how to vote now, when advance polls are, and how to vote from abroad.
This Ontario Government bulletin shows new rules of the road related to distracted driving, "dooring" cyclists, passing cyclists, improper bike lighting, and Slow Down, Move Over.
In Ontario, being a victim or witness of violence against women can get you deported. These writers say the Ontario Government should change that.
September 23 & 29: Learn about immigration and labour laws, and best practices to support migrant workers
When: September 23 in Toronto, September 29 in Hamilton
Registration: Registration is capped at 25 - http://www.migrantworkersalliance.org/registerfortrainings/
Professional development training to take place in Toronto on September 23, Hamilton September 29, and training in more regions to be announced.
When: Monday, October 5, 2015, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Where: Centre for Health and Safety Innovation, 5110 Creekbank Rd, Mississauga, L4W 0A1
Registration: Register online by September 22, 2015 at www.ohrc.on.ca/en/contact/events-registration-form or by calling Alicia Carr at 416-314-4526. Please specify your preferred morning and afternoon concurrent session.
Sessions will include human rights and mental health and addictions, Indigenous peoples, creed, gender identity and expression, competing human rights, and systemic discrimination.