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Pay equity


Includes information on workers' rights to equal pay for equal work.

Legal Services


Connects low to middle income individuals with legal professionals – lawyers, mediators and paralegals- who have agreed to work at a reduced rate. In order to use JusticeNet, individuals must make a net family income that is no higher than $59,000 per year.

Ottawa Legal Information Centre

Offers legal information services, such as general explanations regarding the law and other legal topics, and is not authorized to provide legal advice or legal assistance.

Reach Canada

Educates and informs persons with disabilities, family members, lawyers and the general public about the rights and interests of persons with disabilities and ensures that quality legal and social representation is provided. Provides lawyer referral services for people with disabilities through a network of lawyers who volunteer.

Other Services

Pay Equity Commission of Ontario

The Pay Equity Office investigates, attempts to settle, and resolves pay equity complaints and objections to pay equity plans; the Pay Equity Hearings Tribunal adjudicates disputes that arise under the Pay Equity Act. 

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