Legal information workshops The Northumberland Legal Centre can provide free legal information workshops to your staff.  We provide virtual and in-person training (in-person training temporarily suspended during COVID-19 outbreak).  We can also help you develop policies on sexual harassment in the workplace. Please call us today at 905 373-4464 for more information! Government of Canada…

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The Help and Legal Centre of Northumberland- Your help makes our help possible! Join us on Wednesday October 28, 2020, Pick up time 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Knights of Columbus Community Centre, 232 Spencer Street East, Cobourg, Ontario WHAT YOU GET? $25A Drive-Thru Take Out Soup DinnerYour help makes our help possible!Two Servings…

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Read below for more information: Online meeting: Questions about your Work Permit?October 15, 2020 at 6pm ESTRegister now: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Zttbw91VSSKGdUJMULw92Q Are you on a post-graduate work permit? Lost work or can’t find a job because of COVID-19? Worried about not having enough points to apply for permanent residency? Your permit delayed / expiring soon? You’re not…

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Have you experienced unwanted touching, sexual jokes or demands for sexual favours?  Dealing with sexual harassment at work is difficult.  The Northumberland Legal Centre can help. Contact us today at 905 373-4464.  We provide free legal services to anyone being sexually harassed at work. The Northumberland Legal Centre received a federal government grant from the…

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“Have you heard that this Wednesday, September 30th is Orange Shirt Day? Orange Shirt Day is used to honour Indigenous children who were sent to residential schools. Participate in raising awareness and helping reconciliation through education. Take action! Learn and share to build a better Canada.Read more about it here: https://www.orangeshirtday.org/ “

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“In the year 1973 at the age of six years old, Phyllis Webstad attended her first day of residential school wearing a bright orange shirt gifted by her grandmother. Excited to wear something so bright, she was full of hope and excitement to attend school. However, when she arrived they stripped her shirt away from…

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If you feel something isn’t right or are unsure of your employment law rights , please reach out to the Northumberland Community Legal Centre (NCLC) for free and confidential advice. Please do NOT resign from your employment until you seek legal advice as this can impact your eligibility for employment related benefits. Here at NCLC,…

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Workplace gender discrimination comes in many different forms, but generally it means that an employee or a job applicant is treated differently or less favorably because of their sex or gender, or because the person is affiliated with an organization or group that is associated with a particular sex or gender.   Some examples of…

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