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Legal Aid Ontario provides legal assistance for low-income people.
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Legal Aid Ontario’s criminal and refugee law information website
Family Law Information Program (FLIP)
A free online resource for families, former spouses and partners about to enter the family justice system.
Oshawa Family Law Service Centre grand opening
Wednesday, October 1
Oshawa Family Law Service Centre opens
Tuesday, September 30
Legal Aid Ontario supports Wrongful Conviction Day
Thursday, September 25
|In honour of Wrongful Conviction Day: one wrongfully convicted person’s story|
Thu, 25 Sep 2014
"As a wrongly convicted individual who has had the good fortune to finally be set free, I feel a need to do what I ...
Improvements to certificate billing processes
Tuesday, September 23
Non-litigation certificate coverage
Wednesday, September 10
Proposed refugee & immigration panel standards released
Tuesday, August 26
Lawyers and legal office staff can submit accounts and view their status on the secure Legal Aid Online website.
We’re resolving all concerns about Legal Aid Online raised during extensive consultations with stakeholders in 2013.
Clearer billing processes, faster payments, more support
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association and Partners Present a Discussion of Mental Health in the Justice System, in Recognition of International Prisoners’ Justice Day
Mental health strategy | July 16, 2014
The GTA Clinic Transformation Project is based on recommendations in the discussion document Refining the delivery of client-centred poverty law, developed by six community legal clinics in Toronto.
LAO responds to GTA clinic transformation project concerns
Thursday, August 7