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Legal Topic: Laws that protect tenants
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The Renter’s Toolkit: Finding and Keeping a Home
This is a step-by-step guide to finding a home that’s affordable for you, securing it, and staying housed until you are ready to move on. Each phase includes printable and fillable worksheets to guide your through the process.
Know Your Rights: A guide to human rights rental housing in Ontario
This booklet on human rights and rental housing in Ontario was produced by CERA as part of the Northern Housing Rights project that investigated the experiences of housing discrimination among First Nation, Metis and Inuit people in Northwestern Ontario. It covers topics such as:
Ontario’s Condo Guide
Produced by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, this website includes links to these topics:
Human rights for tenants (brochure)
This brochure covers these topics as they affect tenants:
English, Français, Arabic, Chinese, Italian, Korean, Portuguese, Punjabi, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog/Filipino, Tamil, Vietnamese
Entering a Tenant’s Rental Unit
This podcast, presented by the Landlord’s Self-Help Centre, is a discussion of the laws and rules landlords need to follow when entering a tenant’s rental unit.
Web tool for renters with roommates: Sharing rental housing?
There are many different kinds of shared rental arrangements and different sets of laws that apply to them. This interactive web tool will help renters find out which laws apply to their situation and what their rights and responsibilities are.