Rules come into force on July 1 that will force building owners to track tenant complaints, respond quickly to requests for repairs, and provide effective pest control.
CLEO announces new or updated resources in the areas of Criminal Law, Family Law, Social Assistance, Employment and Work, and Housing Law. All CLEO resources are provided free of charge.
While Canada is celebrated as a safe haven for refugees, hundreds of unwanted immigrants languish in jails across the country.
An analysis by the Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children shows how the 2017 federal budget will affect children and their families.
A little-known 2006 amendment to the Citizenship Act limits Canadian citizenship to just the first-generation of children born to or adopted by Canadians who live outside Canada.
The Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission has launched a free, online training program aimed at preventing racial profiling.
The study, conducted by researchers from Algonquin College and the U. of Ottawa, is asking participants how they coped after trauma and tragedy, and how they found support and inner strength.
Effective April 1, 2017, about 140,000 more people will be eligible to receive the legal services they need, regardless of their ability to pay.
City of Toronto invites residents to share their views on regulation of short-term accommodation rentals
You're invited to share your views at meetings on March 28 and April 12, and residents can also fill out an online survey to provide their views on the proposed regulations.
This resource and other resources in Arabic are available on the CLEO website.