Aboriginal Legal Services
The Legal Clinic
The Legal Clinic serves people in a variety of areas including: Housing, ODSP/OW, Indian Act Matters, Canada Pension, Disability, Police Complaints, Criminal Injuries Compensation, and Human Rights. Referrals to Lawyers on other matters including criminal and family law can be arranged.
The Legal Clinic is a community legal aid clinic, funded by Legal Aid Ontario, which provides free legal assistance to low income
Aboriginal people living in the City of Toronto.
The Clinic is involved in law reform, community organising, public legal education, and test case litigation.
Intake for the legal clinic takes place:
10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Beginning March 16th, 2015
Please note that the Legal Clinic is not able to respond to inquiries it receives via e-mail. If you have an issue you would like to discuss with one of the clinic staff, please call during intake hours and ask to speak to the intake worker. Please call: 416-408-4041
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