CLEO has updated information about the law and legal services during the COVID-19 situation.
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.
This month's On the Radar from CLEO focuses on:
- practical tips for anyone planning to attend a protest
- legal rights information and resources for protesters
The number of public protests across Canada has seen a dramatic increase in recent weeks. In part spurred on by the global Black Lives Matter movement, Canadian protesters have targeted a range of issues, including:
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.
The landlord does not need to get special permission from the Superior Court, as they did during the freeze.
From the City of Toronto - From the City of Toronto - Use these printable information cards and posters to help the City share messages about how to stay safe during COVID-19.