< 免責事項 Disclaimer > この「女性と家庭内暴力、そして移民」は、CLEO (Community Legal Education Ontario / Éducation Juridique Communautaire Ontario) が2017年5月に発行した記事「Family violence when a woman is sponsored by a spouse or partner」の日本語版です。 翻訳の正確性に関しては、CLEOの許可を得ているJapanese Social Services (JSS) が全責任を担い、CLEOの関与するところではありません。 This is a translation of “ Family violence when a woman is sponsored by a spouse or partner ” dated May, 2017, produced in […]
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Being sued in Small Claims Court This month’s On the Radar highlights information about being sued in Small Claims Court, as featured on the Steps to Justice website. Last month’s On the Radar talked about how people can sue in Small Claims Court. They do this when they want the court to order someone to […]
Suing in Small Claims Court This month’s On the Radar highlights information about making a claim in Small Claims Court, as featured on the Steps to Justice website. What Small Claims Court deals with Small Claims Court deals with most types of “civil” claims. This means that people can go to Small Claims Court if: […]
theStar.com uploaded an article about the trouble of rooming house that international students should know. Here we share this information not to be bothered by unnecessary troubles. Bits, a Web Magazine for Japanese community in Canada, also posted an article related to this incident. Click the link below. 【TheStar.com】https://www.thestar.com/news/investigations/2017/05/12/this-renter-turned-a-toronto-familys-home-into-an-illegal-rooming-house.html 【Bits】http://www.bitslounge.com/hokubei/020617_11
This month’s On the Radar highlights information on the rules about hours of work and breaks, as featured on the Steps to Justice website.
New rules mean that parents on social assistance who also get child support payments now have more money. This month’s On the Radar highlights this change. It also talks about some other things that people on assistance should know if they get child or spousal support.
This is an article published by CLEO on November in 2016. Original source can be read online.
The publication by CLEO, Consumer Law Series: Telephone and internet scams,” dated March, 2014, produced in English by CLEO (Community Legal Education Ontario/ Éducation juridique communautaire Ontario) can be read online.
The CLEO Consumer Law Series: Identity Theft, dated December 2013, produced in English by CLEO (Community Legal Education Ontario/ Éducation juridique communautaire Ontario) can be read online.
Recent changes to Ontario’s Employment Standards Act (ESA) mean that there are now rules about the handling of tips and gratuities in the workplace. This month’s On the Radar looks at these new rules, including when workers get to keep tips and what they can do to protect their rights.
If you have been fired or laid off with no notice, or no pay, your employer may be breaking the law. Find out about your rights under the Ontario Employment Standards Act (ESA).
IKEA Canada recalls LATTJO Bat Cape. For the details, please refer to the link.
Recent reports point to the many negative effects that lack of paid sick time has on workers. Illnesses spread because workers can’t afford to take time off and hospital emergency departments see people who can’t get to their doctors during office hours.
Many things change after separation or divorce, including what tax credits and benefits someone might get. By filing a tax return, some benefits apply even if a person has little or no income.
CLEO Family Law Series. See original document here: http://www.cleo.on.ca/en/publications/childsupport
With temperatures dropping, this month’s On the Radar has some information to help tenants stay warm.
Original Source: “Common Questions: Unfair practices: When sellers break the rules” by Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO)
Original Source: “Common Questions: My husband has abused me and threatens to have me deported if I report him to the police. Does he have the power to do that?” by Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO)