The bill, Door-to-Door Sales Prohibition Act, 2016, calls for the banning of door-to-door sales, leasing, or rental of air conditioners, water heaters, furnaces, and water treatment devices.
A civil lawyer who has worked in the sexual abuse area for more than two decades proposes two measures she believes would help level the legal playing field in sexual abuse cases.
There is updated information on health care for refugee claimants and Humanitarian & Compassionate applications.
Children should have a say on decisions relating to their care, including resources and requirements for CAS and Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services workers: Coroner's jury recommendations.
In this opinion piece, the president of the OFL says Ontario's outdated labour laws do little to remedy the power imbalance that exists between well-heeled company owners and their employees.
When: Wednesday, May 18, 2016, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Where: AccessPoint on Danforth (Community Room), 3079 Danforth Ave., Toronto
This free workshop for service providers aims to help you decide if there is a legal issue in your client's problem, find dependable sources of legal information and assess its reliability, and more.
The Current interviews the filmmaker Min Sook Lee on her documentary, Migrant Dreams, about the experiences of migrant workers in the greenhouses of Leamington, Ontario.
Topics in this issue include potential nuclear emergencies, RentSafe, CNSC's environmental assessments, Darlington refurbishment, cap and trade legislation, Bill 151 update.
Ontario's Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, 2010 (ONCA) will not take effect for at least two years from now. Meanwhile, you can use CLEO's to learn about the ONCA.
A note drafted to brief the Justice Minister on the state of the criminal justice system suggests that half of those in provincial jails are on remand and have not been convicted of anything.