Steps to Justice now has information about provincial offences, including:
There is also information about trials and appeals in Provincial Offences Court.
Steps to Justice has two new tools to help you understand Ontario Works (OW) and the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP):
Three simple flowcharts that explain applying for OW, applying for ODSP, and appealing an OW or ODSP decision. These can help you understand what happens and what is required at each stage of the application or appeal process.
On June 15 each year, World Elder Abuse Awareness Day draws attention to the abuse and neglect of older adults. The COVID-19 pandemic has put a spotlight on this, with the widespread neglect and deaths in Ontario’s long-term care homes.
This month’s On the Radar from CLEO gives an overview of elder abuse and highlights some of the steps older adults and their families can take to protect their rights.
If your circumstances change, you may need to make changes to a final court order or a written agreement about arrangements for your children or support. CLEO’s Guided Pathways now offer online help for you to complete the family law court forms required to request a Motion to Change a final order relating to decision-making responsibility (custody),
Steps to Justice now has information about elder abuse. Aimed at older adults who are living in their own homes, retirement homes, and long-term care homes, it’s also meant to help friends, family members, and caregivers. Topics include:
protecting yourself and others from abuse
different types of abuse
Justice pas-à-pas offre maintenant des renseignements sur les mauvais traitements envers les personnes âgées.
Do you have a trial management conference coming up in your family court case? Get online help to complete the forms you need from CLEO’s Guided Pathways.
Use the pathway to fill out:
Form 17E: Trial Management Conference Brief (if your case is in the Ontario Court of Justice),
CLEO has new information about the law and services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Immigration and Refugee Law:
May 17 is the deadline to apply for the new $400 COVID-19 Child Benefit.
Learn more at: https://stepstojustice.ca/questions/covid-19/is-the-government-giving-400-per-child-to-all-parents/
This month’s On the Radar from CLEO, looks at two important updates to immigration and refugee law. These are:
access to COVID-19 vaccinations for people without health coverage and people without immigration status
a new federal government pathway to permanent resident status for some essential workers and international students that starts May 6,
Are you looking for legal information? Steps to Justice has a new and improved look! Some highlights include:
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More practical tools and resources
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Improved search tool
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