The Government is Seeking Input on How to Make Auto Insurance More Affordable
This report provides an overview of research-based and promising programs to prevent and reduce revictimization and use of relational aggression among women and girls who have experienced childhood maltreatment.
If an employer, landlord, union representative, or serviceprovider discriminates against an individual in a way that goes against Ontario's human rights laws, they might be able to make a claim against them. They can make their claim with the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario(link is external). They might also have the option of suing them in court. Individuals should get legal advice before they decide what to do.
On June 7, people in Ontario elect the next provincial government. In this ressource, On the Radar (CLEO) explaines what citizens need to do on election day to prove that they have the right to vote.
As of March 1 2018, businesses selling certain products or services can't phone people or come to their homes without being invited.
Information about the powers of the police when doing "street checks".
Statistics on domestic violence provided by the Ministry of the Status of Women (MSW).
Reports caution that the proportion of LGBTQ2S youth experiencing homelessness may be much higher, given that many LGBTQ2S youth do not access shelters due to homophobia and transphobia and that many shelters do not collect data regarding sexual orientation and gender identity.