The Ontario government is joining other provinces by reinstating access to essential and urgent health care for refugee claimants - and will send the federal government the bill.
Jobs and employment opportunities have changed in Ontario, but the laws governing employment have not, according to speakers at the Community Advocacy & Legal Centre's AGM.
Proposed changes to the Employment Standards Act will make it easier for workers to access their rights and will provide greater protection for migrant workers in Ontario.
A Toronto Star analysis has for the first time pulled together a detailed account of the range of recent cuts seen under Stephen Harper's government.
The plight of asylum seekers has set up a fight between health professionals and the Harper government, which says it is acting to prevent abuse of the system.
Judges in several provinces are rebelling against the Conservative government's attempt to make all convicted criminals pay a surcharge to fund victim services.
When Tuesday, December 10, 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Accessibility Ontario has invited ARCH Disability Law Centre to do a 60-minute webinar for service providers on legal services available to people with disabilities.
This author argues that all mental health services need to be trauma-informed, and there needs to be much more counselling and therapy for survivors of trauma for both men and women.
Pro Bono Law Ontario (PBLO) expands its services for low income Ontarians by launching a Simple Wills clinic at its Law Help Ontario centre in Ottawa.
When Monday, December 9, 2013 at 2 p.m., observers should be seated by 1:30 p.m.
Where Queen's Park, Ontario Legislature
This event will take place at Queen's Park on Monday in the legislative assembly at 2 p.m., observers should be seated by 1:30 p.m.