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Questions majeures des couples en instance de divorce ou de séparation

Enregistré le 27 mai 2022

Ce webinaire aborde les questions clés que les couples en instance de divorce ou de séparation voudront aborder, comme expliquer ce que l'on entend par temps parental, droits de visite et contact. Combien de temps l'enfant passera-t-il avec chaque parent et comment le temps parental doit-il être organisé ? Est-ce que...


May 27, 2022 (1 hour and 30 minutes)

Understanding and Preventing the Eviction Process

Recorded on May 12, 2022

Many tenants vacate their rental units upon receiving a Notice of Termination when in fact this is just the first step in the eviction process. In this Lunch and Learn we provide a brief overview of the eviction process and examine common errors in eviction notices. This webinar provides community workers with...


May 12, 2022 (47 minutes)

Navigating Virtual LTB Hearings

Recorded on April 28, 2022

The online hearing process can be intimidating and overwhelming for tenants. In this Lunch and Learn we demystify the online hearing process and share what to expect and how to support your clients so that they can participate as fully as possible. We discuss how to access Tenant Duty Counsel and mediation services...


April 28, 2022 (50 minutes)

Harcèlement sexuel en milieu professionnel

Enregistré le 23 mars 2022

Ce webinaire donne un aperçu des différentes formes de harcèlement sexuel en milieu de travail. Il explique également comment reconnaître le harcèlement sexuel sur le lieu de travail, les responsabilités de l'employeur et comment signaler un harcèlement sexuel. Il est organisé en partenariat avec Oasis Women's...


March 23, 2022 (1 hour and 20 minutes)

Part 2: Newcomers and the Transition Child Benefit

Recorded on March 22, 2022

Part 2 in our lunch and learn series gives community workers an overview of the Transition Child Benefit (TCB) as it relates to newcomers. What is the Transition Child Benefit? How long can a client expect to get the benefit and how much will they be paid? These questions and others were answered during our...


March 22, 2022 (45 minutes)

Part 1: Newcomers and the Canada Child Benefit

Recorded on March 8, 2022

This lunch and learn clarifies some common misconceptions about the Canada Child Benefit (CCB) as it applies to newcomers. There are grave consequences for clients who apply for this benefit without understanding the eligibility criteria. This webinar provides community workers, particularly those who are new to the...


March 8, 2022 (1 hour and 30 minutes)

Testaments et procurations : présentation, enjeux et outils juridiques

Enregistré le 24 février 2022

Nos experts de la communauté expliquent les règles concernant les testaments et les procurations, en donnant des exemples pratiques. Sachez accompagner vos clients pour bien comprendre et rédiger ces deux documents afin d'anticiper les éventuels conflits qui pourraient exister après leur décès, dans la gestion de...


February 24, 2022 (1 hour and 30 minutes)

Income benefits and COVID-19: what’s ended, what’s new and how benefits interact

Recorded on November 30, 2021

The rules and eligibility for employment insurance and other income assistance programs have changed several times during the pandemic and many programs have ended.

Our community-based experts explain the rules of income assistance programs. Learn how to help your clients access benefits while avoiding claw...


November 30, 2021 (1 hour and 30 minutes)

Workers’ rights: Vaccinations and COVID-19

Recorded on:  November 4, 2021

Ontario is entering another stage of the COVID-19 pandemic where health concerns related to the workplace are creating new tensions and fears. Misinformation from many sources means that we face a lot of confusion about our rights at work, sometimes resulting in job loss or unpaid leaves for workers.



November 4, 2021 (1 hour and 30 minutes)

Justice on the Ground: An Access to Justice Event

Recorded on October 27, 2021

What do we know about what the search for “justice” looks like on the ground, for those who are at risk of losing their jobs, their homes, or the security of a living income? How do these insecurities – often overlapping and compounding – affect people’s lives? What needs to happen – practically, on the ground – to...


October 27, 2021 ()