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Street Law Smarts fact sheets are intended to assist staff working at agencies serving street youth to help young people with their legal problems. Fact sheet topics include Where to Get Legal Help, Evidence Tips, Leaving Home, Ontario Works & ODSP, Shelters, and more.
Justice for Children and Youth has produced a video discussing what can happen to young people if they are found with controlled substances on school property.
The Ministry of Transportation has prepared a web page with fact sheets on three topics: Drinking and Driving Trends, Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC), and Roadside Licence Suspensions.
This Justice for Children and Youth blog post discusses what happens when people have or sell prescription drugs, such as Ritalin, without a prescription.
This Justice for Children and Youth blog post has legal information on sexual activity and the age of consent, underage consumption of alcohol, and sex on school property.
This post on the Justice for Children and Youth blog focuses on drunk, or impaired, driving. It looks at what happens when someone is caught driving impaired and how the Youth Criminal Justice Act affects the way the police interact with a young person in this situation.
What legal issues do young people face if they are caught drinking in public? This blog post looks at the laws that may apply, including those that prohibit underage drinking, drinking in public, and, possibly, local laws.
This booklet has information about age-based laws in Ontario. It lists age categories and summarizes the laws that apply to each. It covers topics such as school attendance, employment, health care, sexual activity, criminal charges, and alcohol use.