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New information on education law / Nouveaux renseignements en droit de l’éducation

Steps to Justice has new information about legal issues students may experience in school, including information about:

bullying
school attendance
suspensions and expulsions

La version française sera disponible ultérieurement.
Visitez : www.justicepasapas.ca

New information on youth criminal justice

Steps to Justice has new information about the youth criminal justice system including information about:

out-of-court options for youth accused of a crime
how youth records work
how to deal with a youth record when applying for a job
what to consider if travelling with a youth record

La version française sera disponible ultérieurement.

On the Radar – 2021: The year of the rent freeze

Most tenants in Ontario will not have a rent increase in 2021. This month’s On the Radar from CLEO looks at who’s affected by the new “rent freeze” law and how it works.
Learn more at: On the Radar – 2021: The year of the rent freeze
 

New information about what a tenant’s rights are when their lease expires

Steps to Justice now has information about what a tenant’s rights are when their lease expires or if there is a change of ownership.

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Visitez : www.justicepasapas.ca

New interactive family court illustrations

Steps to Justice now has interactive illustrations of family court rooms in the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice.
These give you an idea of what the court room looks like and who may be present at your conference, motion, or trial.

Clavardage en direct en français / French Live Chat

Justice pas-à-pas a désormais un clavardage en direct quotidien en français. Vous pouvez discuter avec un spécialiste de l’accès à l’information les lundis, mercredis et vendredis de 11h à 12h et les mardis et jeudis de 11h à 13h. Le spécialiste de l’accès à l’information vous aidera à trouver des informations pour vous aider quant à votre problème juridique,

Updated information on Employment Insurance and CERB

Steps to Justice has updated information about the changes to Employment Insurance dealing with the number of qualifying insurable hours and the new minimum payment. These changes replace the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB), which ends on October 3, 2020. Updates have also been made to the COVID-19 content

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