In 2013, city council declared Toronto a sanctuary city. Three years later, undocumented migrants still have plenty to fear: Toronto Star editorial.
"People thought the U.S. would behave reasonably, we don't have to worry about this. But then you have a president who is elected on saying, 'we want to ban Muslims.'"
When: Monday, March 27, 2017, 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. ET
Where: St. Michael's College School, 81A St. Mary Street, Brennan Hall, The Coop, Toronto, ON M5S 1J4
The Rights Advocacy Coalition for Equality (R.A.C.E.) and Legal Aid Ontario (LAO) invite you to our free educational event: Confronting Race and Racism in the Criminal Justice System.
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The unlawful nature of the dispensary business has this worker wondering what her workplace rights are and what recourse, if any, is available to her when management lets her down.
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The requests come following a landmark Supreme Court of Canada decision on the constitutionally guaranteed right to be tried within a reasonable time.
Canadian citizens cannot be detained under the IRPA; these children became de facto detainees because they were in the care of a parent who was detained and is a foreign national or permanent resident.
You can now set up or update child support online – without having to go to court.
The Ontario government has introduced legislation that would, if passed, increase protection both for survivors and for those at risk of human trafficking.