This resource from Step to Justice (CLEO) provides explanation about the law in Ontario on dress codes in the workplace.
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Many workers don't know about their right to take personal emergency leave. And people may think that they don't have this right because they work part-time or are new at their job. This resource is about personal emergency leave, who gets it, and how it can be used.
This section of the Ontario Human Rights Commission explains the OHRC policy preventing discrimination based on creed.
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.
Recreational use of cannabis will be legal in Canada on October 17, 2018. Have a look at 10 important things to know about legal Cannabis in Canada.
Ontario's human rights laws protect individuals from discrimination when they are receiving healthcare services. The Human Rights Code applies to services they receive from a home care program, at the hospital, in a doctor’s office, or at another healthcare facility.
Immigration and Citizenship release the Immigration Matters campaign to show the benefits of immigration at the local, community level.
Information from John Stapleton, Open Policy: What does an applicant need to apply for a benefit from home?
From arrival cities to welcoming communities: Why do diversity, inclusion and resilience matter to cities? This study on Toronto tries to answer the question.
Refugee Claimants - Myths and Facts from the Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants