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On the Radar - Getting a fair tribunal hearing during COVID-19
January 15, 2021
Posted in:On the Radar

At the beginning of COVID-19, tribunals across Ontario were forced to close. Many have now re-opened using remote or virtual hearings by video or telephone. This includes the Landlord and Tenant Board, the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Immigration and Refugee Protection Board, and the Social Benefits Tribunal.

This month's On the Radar looks at what a fair hearing means and what people can do to protect their rights.

COVID-19: Updates on the law and benefits
January 14, 2021
Posted in:New Resources

CLEO has updated information about the law as a result of the second state of emergency.

Click here to read more.

New information on education law
January 7, 2021
Posted in:New Resources

Steps to Justice has new information about legal issues students may experience in school, including information about:

New information on youth criminal justice
December 15, 2020
Posted in:New Resources

Steps to Justice has new information about the youth criminal justice system including information about:

  • out-of-court options for youth accused of a crime
  • how youth records work
  • how to deal with a youth record when applying for a job
  • what to consider if travelling with a youth record
COVID-19: Updates on the law and benefits
December 7, 2020
Posted in:New Resources

CLEO has new information about the law and services during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Click here to read more.

On the Radar - 2021: The year of the rent freeze
December 3, 2020
Posted in:On the Radar

Most tenants in Ontario will not have a rent increase in 2021. This month's On the Radar looks at who's affected by the new "rent freeze" law and how it works.

New information in housing law
November 19, 2020
Posted in:New Resources

Steps to Justice now has information about what a tenant's rights are when their lease expires or if there is a change of ownership.

CLEO’s Guided Pathway to help you prepare a simple will
November 17, 2020
Posted in:New Resources

CLEO's Guided Pathways now include an interactive interview to help you prepare a simple will. If you have a small amount of property, you can use this online tool to create a simple will to appoint an executor who will:

New information about mental health law
November 12, 2020
Posted in:New Resources

Steps to Justice has new content on mental health law, including information about a patient's right to:

  • see and protect information in their health records
  • decide if they want to be treated
  • complain about a decision a doctor made
  • leave a psychiatric facility
  • get treated at home

There's also information on what a person can do if they're worried about a loved one's mental health.

CLEO’s Guided Pathways for completing net family property forms
November 9, 2020
Posted in:New Resources

Get online help to complete family law court forms from CLEO's Guided Pathways. This latest tool is for couples who are getting separated or divorced and need help calculating the equalization of net family property.

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