How to Help our Migrant Worker’s and International Student’s advocate for their legal rights!

On May 6th, the federal government’s new short-term immigration pathway opened. Within 25 hours, the International Graduate stream was full.  While the Essential Workers stream remains open, too many of us are excluded. Undocumented people, refugees, students, those in Quebec, those stuck outside Canada, those currently without a job, are all shut out. Even migrants…

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About the Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (SHIW) Project

The Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (SHIW) Project exists to address sexual harassment in the workplace. To accomplish this, the Department of Justice Canada has provided funding to the project for five years. Through the SHIW Project, legal clinics throughout Ontario are working to reduce sexual harassment in the workplace and improve access to justice. Legal clinics…

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Sexual Harassment Should Never Be Part of Your Job Description

Learn more about your rights: see link below https://www.legalclinic.ca/blog/sexual-harassment-should-never-be-part-of-your-job-description/ Has anyone in your workplace, a co-worker, supervisor or customer, ever made you feel uncomfortable at work by a sexual comment, a look, an unwanted touch? If so, you are not alone. Sexual harassment at work is an extremely common experience and can be emotionally and…

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NCLC RECOGNIZES MAY DAY!

Also known as International Workers’ Day! Recognized on the first day of May every year, International Workers’ Day, or May Day, commemorates the struggles of workers around the world through the labour movements and the political left. 

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