The federal privacy watchdog says Canada's border agency broke the law by labelling people on its highly touted "wanted" list as war criminals — a potentially misleading tag the agency failed to justify.
Legal Aid Ontario signs GTA Clinics’ Transformation Project Framework Agreement to move forward in meeting GTA client needs
Legal Aid Ontario (LAO) has signed an agreement with GTA legal clinics to help them deliver poverty law services. It includes provisions for predictable clinic funding from LAO over the next two years.
Canada Day, 2014, will usher in ban on identity theft, phishing, and spyware.
Register today for December 11 webinar: Advocating for Refugee and Other Precarious Status Clients on Social Assistance Matters
When: Wednesday, December 11, 2013, 11 a.m. ET
This webinar provides information on ways to advocate for immigrant and refugee clients who are having their benefits illegally terminated based on a misapplication of social assistance regulations.
The new bill introduces many changes that Workers' Action Centre members and supporters across the province have been calling for through the Stop Wage Theft campaign.
Registration Day Monday, January 6, 2014
Event Day Thursday, March 6, 2014
Founded by a collective of non-profits, Flip Your Wig for Justice is a pledge-based fundraiser in support of access to justice programs in Ontario.
New affordable townhouse units are expected to fill up quickly in Campbellford.
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Legal Aid Ontario (LAO) released a paper today setting out a set of first principles and key issues that LAO believes are important to developing its Mental Health Strategy.
More protection for temporary agency workers is long overdue, said Deena Ladd of the Workers' Action Centre, a non-profit collective.