COVID-19 News

Government of Canada introduces legislation to support Canadians through Recovery Benefits and extend access to funds for emergency measures

From: Employment and Social Development Canada – While many Canadians have seen their jobs come back and have returned to work since the start of the pandemic, the Government of Canada recognizes that there remain other workers in sectors that have been particularly hit hard who continue to need support.

Register today: Income Benefits during COVID-19: A webinar for front-line workers on CERB to EI + new Canada Recovery Benefits 

Income Benefits during COVID-19: A webinar for front-line workers on CERB to EI + new Canada Recovery Benefits


 
CERB payments will soon end but many of your clients will not be returning to work.  What will the new Employment Insurance (EI) program offer and who will get access?

On the Radar: Going back to work during COVID-19

Now that most of Ontario is in stage 3 of reopening, many people have returned to work and others are being asked to return. This month’s On the Radar from CLEO looks at some of the legal issues that workers face when they go back to work.
Learn more at: https://mailchi.mp/cleo.on.ca/on-the-radar-going-back-to-work-during-covid-19?e=63ebc9e633

Updated information on motions to change in family law

Steps to Justice has updated information about asking the court to change a court order or separation agreement about child support, spousal support, and custody and access. These updates include links to the new forms and updated Family Law Rules.

Justice pas-à-pas a actualisé les renseignements sur les requêtes en modification d’une ordonnance judiciaire ou d’un accord de séparation concernant la pension alimentaire pour enfants,

Operational guidance: COVID-19 management in schools – Find out what will happen if there is a coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak at a school

From the Government of Ontario – Operational guidance: COVID-19 management in schools Find out what will happen if there is a coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak at a school
This document is intended to support school boards and school authorities in preparation for the safe reopening of schools for the 2020-2021 school year.

Information about COVID-19 school attendance options for September 2020

There are new options for attending school in September 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Students can choose regular in-person classes or remote learning. Homeschooling is also something more parents are considering. CLEO’s new information about all of these options can help you make the choice that’s right for you.
Does my child have to attend school in 2020-2021 during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Evictions starting again in Ontario

Starting August 4, 2020, the eviction freeze that protected most residential tenants and homeowners from being evicted by the Sheriff has expired.
This means that if the Landlord and Tenant Board (LTB) has made an eviction order against a tenant, the landlord can have the Sheriff enforce the order by evicting the tenant and having the locks changed.

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