Part 3: Where can I get help and more information?
Contact your union or one of the places listed below.
For legal help and advice, contact a community legal clinic.
To find the clinic nearest you, visit Legal Aid Ontario’s website at legalaid.on.ca/legal-clinics. Or call Legal Aid Ontario at 1-800-668-8258. For TTY, call 711.
The Workers’ Action Centre gives workers free information and advice.
Visit workersactioncentre.org or call their Workers’ Rights Information Line at 1-855-531-0778.
Pro Bono Ontario has a free legal advice hotline that offers 30 minutes of help and advice over the phone.
Visit probonoontario.org/hotline or call 1-855-255-7256.
The Ontario Legal Information Centre offers a free 30-minute meeting with a lawyer by video or by phone. They give legal information and referrals but do not give legal advice.
Visit legalinfocentre.ca/en or call 1-844-343-7462.
For help with an application to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, contact the Human Rights Legal Support Centre.
Visit hrlsc.on.ca or call them at 1-866-625-5179. For TTY, call 1-866-612-8627.Previous page