Kenneth Hale, a legal director of the Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario, said the "personal use" eviction – known as an "N12" – has long been open to misuse by landlords.
Renters undergo a slew of background checks before they move into an apartment. Who's checking out the landlords?
Guest columnist Rachael Lake, a staff lawyer with Waterloo Region Community Legal Services who practises in the areas of Disability and Employment Insurance Law, wrote this column.
Under Bill C-24's system, a single government official can decide to take away a Canadian's citizenship, with no right to a fair hearing for the citizen.
When: Wednesday, October 12, 2016, 12 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. ET
This webinar in the Family Law Education for Women (FLEW) series discusses ways of trying to prove abuse in a Family Court case, and when it can affect the Court's decision.
The Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation (CERA) is seeking feedback from senior tenants, service providers, and landlords in Toronto to help prevent eviction of seniors.
Foreign workers who do the work that Canadians won't do call for labour rights and an end to exploitation.
In recommending the higher cap, a committee of the Law Society of Upper Canada tasked with the issue noted the last increase was in 2008, at which the time the limit was set at $150,000.
"We've gone from a system based on the principle of the 'earliest possible release' to one based on the 'latest possible release,'": Howard Sapers, ombudsman of the federal prison system.
Police in Thunder Bay will be reviewed by the civilian police oversight body for the way they treat the deaths of Indigenous people, a move one expert calls unprecedented in Ontario.