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.
The CBC's The Current radio program convened a panel on September 13 to discuss the experience of discrimination that non-white lawyers can face in the justice system.
We all pay for poverty. Research from all over the world shows that those who are the poorest are sicker and die sooner than those who are wealthier, no matter the cause: article.
Two leading First Nations voices say the government's new SCC selection process creates unfair barriers for indigenous candidates due to its "functionally bilingual" requirement.
When: Wednesday, October 26, 2016, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. (Afternoon session may be offered pending community interest. Let us know if you require/would prefer a PM session: 1-4 p.m.).
Where: 1388 Third Street Louth, St. Catharines, ON, Room 204
A workshop presented by CLEO to help you help your clients when they face a legal issue.
"Cy and Ruby’s Act" was introduced last fall as amendments to the pieces of Ontario law that discriminate against non-standard families.