This month’s On the Radar looks at how the law gives tenants some protection against being evicted.
Justicia for Migrant Workers says foreign farm workers approached in a sex assault investigation had only dark skin colour in common.
It's been three years in the making but businesses now have little more than six months to prepare for Canada's Anti-Spam Law, which will take effect July 1, 2014.
Thousands of indigenous children were forcibly removed from their homes as recently as 1985.
The Criminal Lawyers' Association and Legal Aid Ontario lawyers have forged the Criminal Justice Protocol Agreement, striking a binding relationship based on the mutual support of the two groups.
Canada's 17 federal unions plan to take the Conservative government to court to challenge the constitutionality of new labour laws that will overhaul collective bargaining and health and safety in the workplace.
Growing numbers of groups and individuals are calling for an end to indefinite detention, maximum security incarceration of migrants, and an overhaul of the adjudication process in Canada.
The Ontario legislature has passed legislation that will result in enhanced Law Society governance by increasing the number of elected paralegal benchers from two to five.
Postal Banking will promote financial inclusion and address the problems many communities and individuals in this country have with getting access to banking services, says this writer.
On the Durham Regional Police website, the names of those charged after being stopped at RIDE checkpoints are posted, but the CCLU argues that runs contrary to the presumption of innocence.