An independent agency, funded by the Government of Ontario, to provide legal services to individuals who have experienced discrimination.
Provides legal services in the areas of:
The Criminal Law Advice Duty Counsel is a service run out of the John Sopinka Courthouse. The program gives advice and assistance on criminal law matters for people who are not in court the day they attend the centre.
The Family Advice Duty Counsel is a service run out of the Family Law Information Centre. The program gives advice and assistance on family law matters for people who are not in court the day they attend the centre .
Provides free civil law legal advice
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Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation provides individualized support services for those facing discrimination in accommodation in Ontario. They also run an early intervention eviction prevention program.
Offers post-secondary academic and vocational training. Offers full-time studies, part-time studies, apprenticeship, continuing education, diploma and collaborative degree levels.
A drop-in service that provides legal and non-legal information, regarding family law issues, such as separation and divorce.
Organization that advances the understanding, appreciation, and conservation of wild birds and their habitats. Programs engage the skills, enthusiasm, and support of members, volunteers, and the public.