- Ontario Works and Ontario Disability Support Program
- disputes between tenants and landlords
- social housing matters
- Canada Pension Plan, Old Age Security, Guaranteed Income Supplement
- wrongful dismissal and other employment issues
There are also 13 clinics that specialize in other areas of law. These specialty clinics:
- represent specific individuals (e.g., seniors, people living with HIV/AIDS)
- deal with specific area of law
- service clients throughout Ontario
Legal clinics usually do not charge, but they may ask you to pay court filing or medical record fees.
Do you have a legal problem and live in Ontario? Steps to Justice provides practical information on common legal problems including: step-by-step information to help you work through your legal problems practical tools, such as checklists, fillable forms, and self-help guides…
If you have a problem with your landlord, you may qualify for free legal help. Some reasons you may need legal help: the home or the building where you live has pests your home does not have basic services like heat or electricity Your landlord wants to: raise your rent in fewer…
You can get help with your Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) or Ontario Works (OW) appeal through most community legal clinics. A legal clinic will not charge you for legal advice, but they may ask you to pay for certain fees such as court filing and medical record fees….