Ontario is conducting more than two dozen inspection blitzes in 2018-2019 to ensure employers are meeting health, safety and employment standards at workplaces across the province.
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A webinar presented by Tamar Witelson, Legal Director at METRAC and Rochella Vassell from Elder Abuse Ontario.
Starting April 30, 2018, most residential landlords and tenants in Ontario will have to use the government's new standard lease.
The ChangetheWorld program promotes civic engagement and volunteerism for youth aged 12 to 18. The program supports not-for-profit community organizations to start programs that focus on helping youth participate, gain skills, give back and get involved.
The Ontario government has announced that Ontario has allocated 5,000 new long-term care (LTC) beds across the province.
The new policy on medical inadmissibility strikes a balance between protecting publicly funded health and social services and updating the policy to bring it in line with current views on the inclusion of persons with disabilities.
Municipalities will have the ability to require that affordable units are created in new residential developments.
To evict a tenant, a landlord must follow certain steps set out in the Residential Tenancies Act (RTA).
Ontario's 2018 Budget makes more than $3.3 billion in additional investments to support seniors and caregivers over the next three year.
Ontario has eliminated the fees that businesses have to pay to access procurement contracts.