The public has until June 30 to offer feedback on controversial changes to the Residential Tenancies Act.
Critics say the release of the reports is meaningless if key information, such as evidence provided by witnesses, is kept secret.
Is access to the Internet a Basic Human Right? Some countries have already decided that it is. There may be lessons for Canada in the approach these countries have taken.
This is CBC video on the Urban Worker Project, which is seeking protection for workers in precarious jobs.
What measures, and from which branch or level of government, will work to effectively end the practice of confining prisoners in cells for all but one or two hours of the day?
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.