Date Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Time 9:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Place United Way /Centraide Windsor-Essex County, 300 Giles Blvd. E., Unit A1, Windsor
Registration firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-258-0000 ext. 1150
This focus group is to help nonprofits understand and prepare for changes that will affect them when the Ontario Not-for-Profit Corporations Act comes into force in 2014.
Date Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Time 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Place Twenty Toronto Street Conferences and Events, 20 Toronto Street, 2nd Floor | Toronto | M5C 2B8
The Ontario Bar Association and ARCH Disability Law Centre present a professional development program for lawyers who serve clients with legal issues related to their disability.
Plans to toughen up the regime for people deemed not criminally responsible will leave the public at greater risk, a criminal defence lawyer is warning.
The federal government is reintroducing a contentious bill that would restrict the release of "high-risk" mentally ill offenders despite opposition from lawyers and mental-health professionals.
The Ontario Human Rights Tribunal has never determined whether the principle of pay equity applies to independent contractors such as midwives.
The CBC program The Current looks at the connection between low incomes and poor health.
For a four-year period in the '70s, the poorest families in Dauphin, Manitoba, were granted a guaranteed minimum income by the federal and provincial governments.
Riders who have disabilities showed up at Ottawa's transit commission meeting to urge city officials to bring down the increase so they can still afford to ride the bus and get around the city.
This is information for people in Hamilton who live in social housing and who received a notice of rental increases with their annual renewal package.
Members of the Aamjiwnaang First Nation living on a reserve near Sarnia have long suspected harmful chemicals were behind an unusually low male birth rate and other health issues.