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Latest Common Questions

What if the police stop me on the street and ask me who I am?

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What if the police stop me on the street and ask me who I am?

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What Happens if My Friend Shoplifts?
This post on the Justice for Children and Youth blog looks at what happens when a young person is caught shoplifting as well as the possible legal consequences for her friend who didn’t report it or try to stop her. The article includes information on Civil Recovery letters as well as what these young people could be charged with under the Criminal Code.

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Justice for Children and Youth

Evidence in the Criminal Law
This post on the Justice for Children and Youth blog looks at the law of evidence and the rules that control the proof of facts in legal proceedings. It describes three different forms of evidence including “real evidence,” “documentary evidence,,” and “testimonial evidence” also known as oral evidence.

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Justice for Children and Youth

Breaking Down the Myths about Adoption
What are some myths about adoption? This blog takes them on:

Produced by:
Adoption Council of Canada

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Your Legal Rights: Latest Common Questions & Resources

Latest Common Questions from Your Legal Rights, a website of legal information for people in Ontario

Latest Common Questions

How can I avoid being taken advantage of by credit repair or debt settlement agencies?

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How can I avoid being taken advantage of by credit repair or debt settlement agencies?

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Credit repair
This publication explains the legal rules for businesses that promise to “fix” or repair their credit reports. It also explains why these services may often not be worth paying for, and suggests other ways for people to deal with credit and debt problems.

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CLEO – Community Legal Education Ontario/Éducation juridique communautaire Ontario

How Do I Know If My Identity Has Been Stolen?
This Ministry of Consumer Services web page lists some of the signs your identity might have been stolen: Bills or statements don’t arrive when they’re supposed to? Getting credit card statements for accounts you don’t have?

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Ontario Ministry of Consumer Services

Your credit report
This publication explains what a credit report (or “consumer report”) is, and the legal rules for what information can and cannot be included in a credit report, who can access it, and how it can be used. It outlines how to get corrections made to a credit report, and what to do if you have problems with a credit bureau (“consumer reporting agency”).

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Your Legal Rights: Legal Bulletin on Human Rights

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Human Rights

The following email bulletin provides you with the latest news, legal information resources, common questions and training webinars from Your Legal Rights on the topic: Human Rights.

Latest News and Events

October 17 Public forum: What’s racism got to do with it?
Toronto is a city divided. 25% of its neighbourhoods are dramatically increasing in socio-­economic status. In the 40% of neighbourhoods with a population of one million that that are dramatically decreasing, members of racialized communities are overrepresented. The labour market and government policies play a major role.

Article Source:

Neighbourhood Change Research Project

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Solidarity: Canadian civil society unites on Russian LGBT rights

Commentary from the Toronto Star: Cognizant of the hate and discrimination that so often smothers the basic rights of marginalized groups, a small group of HIV and LGBT activists have mobilized more than 100 Canadian civil society organizations to join the mounting global movement in response to the tyranny of Russian President Vla

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Toronto Star

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Latest Resources

Working Together: The Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act
This e-learning video is for public, private, and not-for-profit sectors and completes the training requirements for section 7 of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). It has five parts:

  1. Introduction
  2. The Code
  3. Understanding the duty to accommodate
  4. Applying human rights principles
  5. Compliance and enforcement
Produced by:
Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC)

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Administrative Justice Support Network
A project of Community Living Ontario, the Administrative Justice Support Network supports people who are making an appeal before an administrative board or tribunal whether or not they have legal representation. Their website has information on selected board and tribunals, links to additional information, and information on where to find more specific legal advice or legal representation.

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Community Living Ontario

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Latest Training

Discrimination is Against the Law! A Primer on Human Rights Law in Ontario
Recorded on December 19, 2012 – This webinar, presented in partnership by the Human Rights Legal Support Centre and Hamilton Community Legal Clinic, provides an overview of the Human Rights Code, highlighting the grounds and social areas which the Code applies to, exceptions to the Code, and remedies available under the Code.

Presenting Organization:
Human Rights Legal Support Centre

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