Services in Ontario - Canada Pension Plan (CPP)

Legal clinics


Contact Information

Phone: 416-979-1446 Toll-free: 1-800-668-8258 TTY: 416-598-8867 Toll-free TTY: 1-866-641-8867

Legal Aid Ontario funds legal clinics across Ontario. There are two types of legal clinics: community legal clinics and specialty legal clinics.

Community legal clinics provide free legal services to people with low incomes who live in their area. Most help with:

  • Ontario Works and the Ontario Disability Support Program
  • tenants’ rights
  • the Canada Pension Plan, Old Age Security, and the Guaranteed Income Supplement
  • employment problems

Some clinics can help with immigration and refugee problems or debt and consumer problems.

Search for the clinic in your area using your postal code.

Some specialty legal clinics provide free legal services to specific groups of people with low incomes:

Some specialty legal clinics provide free legal services in only certain areas of law:

Advocacy Centre for The Elderly (ACE)


Contact Information

Phone: 416-598-2656 Toll-free: 1-855-598-2656

Legal Aid Ontario funds the Advocacy Centre for the Elderly (ACE). It is a community legal clinic that gives services to seniors with low incomes in the areas of:

ACE does not help with wills or powers of attorney, or give legal advice on estate administration, real estate, criminal law, or family law matters.

Service Canada


Contact Information

Toll-free: 1-800-206-7218 TTY: 1-800-529-3742

Service Canada is a central place to access a wide range of government services and benefits, including Employment Insurance, Old Age Security, Canada Pension Plan, Social Insurance Numbers, and passports. There are Service Canada offices across Ontario.

Service Canada’s Benefits Finder suggests benefits from the Canadian and provincial governments that you may be able to get.

Social Security Tribunal of Canada


Contact Information

Toll-free: 1-877-227-8577 Toll-free TTY: 1-866-873-8381

The tribunal makes decisions on appeals about Employment Insurance, Canada Pension Plan, and Old Age Security. The tribunal has a general division, which is the first level of appeal, and an appeal division, which is the second level of appeal. Their website has information about the appeal process and to get the forms you need to make an appeal.

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