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COVID-19: Latest updates on the law and legal services

CLEO has added new information about the law and legal services during the COVID-19 situation.
Employment and Work:

Can my employer lay me off permanently because of COVID-19?
How does constructive dismissal work during COVID-19?
Now that daycares can re-open, can my employer force me to return to work?

Ontario government extends all COVID-19 emergency orders – CTV News

From CTV News – The Ontario government has extended all emergency orders, which includes restrictions on social gatherings. 
The emergency orders, which were set to expire on June 19, have been extended until June 30.
“Extending these emergency orders gives our frontline health care providers the necessary flexibility to rapidly respond to urgent needs and protect our most vulnerable,”

CLEO has added new information about the law and legal services during the COVID-19 situation

CLEO has added new information about the law and legal services during the COVID-19 situation.
Employment and Work:

When and how do I re-apply for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB)?
I have more than one job, can I still get the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB)?

Income Assistance:

How will getting the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) affect my Old Age Security or Guaranteed Income Supplement?

COVID-19: Eligibility rules for benefits – A new CLEO Resource

Many new benefits programs have been announced in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. CLEO’s chart helps you understand what’s available under the various programs and their eligibility rules.

For more information visit: https://stepstojustice.ca/questions/covid-19/who-can-get-canada-emergency-response-benefit-cerb-and-how-do-i-apply

COVID-19: Make a Power of Attorney using CLEO’s Guided Pathways

Visit Steps to Justice to find out how to prepare a power of attorney or a will, including how to have the documents witnessed virtually.
Use CLEO’s Guided Pathways to help you draft a Power of Attorney for Personal Care or a Continuing Power of Attorney for Property.

New information about when a protected person can lose their refugee status

Steps to Justice now has information about when a protected person can lose their refugee status.

Justice pas-à-pas dispose maintenant de renseignements concernant la perte du statut de réfugié pour une personne protégée.

COVID-19: Updates on the law and legal services from Steps to Justice

CLEO is working to keep you updated on critical changes or updates to government or court services, supports, laws, and regulations as they relate to COVID-19 (the illness caused by the new coronavirus). Please visit COVID-19: Updates on the law and legal services  and check this page regularly for updates as we are adding new information regularly.

New information on bail variations and changes to family law services provided by Legal Aid Ontario

Steps to Justice has updated content on bail variations and getting help in family law reflecting changes to services provided by Legal Aid Ontario.
Justice pas-à-pas a actualisé ses informations sur les modifications du cautionnement et l’assistance juridique en droit de la famille pour intégrer les changements apportées aux services fournis par Aide juridique Ontario.

New information for refugee claimants about getting legal help

Steps to Justice now has information for refugee claimants about getting legal help.
La version française sera disponible ultérieurement. Visitez : www.justicepasapas.ca

New information for refugee claimants

Steps to Justice now has information for refugee claimants about making a claim, being detained, and applying for a Pre-Removal Risk Assessment (PRRA).
La version française sera disponible ultérieurement.
Visitez : www.justicepasapas.ca

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