Your Legal Rights: Videos and Webinars

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Education Lecture

Your Legal Rights provides free legal information for people in Ontario.

It is a project of Community Legal Education Ontario, which is supported by the Law Foundation of Ontario. So, that mixed-trust account interest helps to make this information available.


Consumer Protection

“Surviving Home Renovations with the Consumer Protection Act” outlines how the Consumer Protection Act and the Construction Lien Act affect renovations at each stage. 99 minutes.

Employment Law

“Forced to Quit” is presented by Karen McClellan, from the Community Legal Clinic – Simcoe, Haliburton, Kawartha Lakes. It covers the legal rights and options available to workers affected by constructive dismissal. 67 minutes.

Health and Social Benefits

“Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Standards”
Customer Service Standards under AODA are now in effect. This 48-minute presentation from ARCH Disability Centre explains what the legislation means.

“Henson Trusts”
This video explains Henson Trusts, which are instruments designed to protect the assets, such as an inheritance, of people with disabilities, while preserving their right to collect government benefits. 40 minutes.

“Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)”
This 1 hour, 16 minute webinar covers applying for ODSP, ODSP rates, income, earnings, assets & changes, the different types of ODSP Benefits, appeals and tips and strategies for navigating the system.

“ODSP Disability Determination and Application”
The Flemingdon Community Legal Services presents this 66-minute presentation.

Ontario Human Rights

“Discrimination is Against the Law”
This 48-minute primer on human rights was presented with the Hamilton Community Legal Clinic in 2012. It describes the HRTO process.

“Human Rights in the Workplace”
Jessica Michael, of The Community Advocacy & Legal Centre, describes human rights at work. 40 minutes.

“The Human Rights Code and Rental Housing”
How to identify and challenge discrimination. Presented by the Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation (CERA). 80 minutes.


“The ‘In and Out’ of Evictions” includes information on the Landlord and Tenant Board. Presented by Niagara North Community Legal Assistance, it is 57 minutes long.

Sexual Assault and Harassment

“Sexual Assault and Harassment” explores the legal and social aspects of sexual assault and sexual harassment, legal options for women who experience violence, and the changes needed to end it. 78 minutes.


“Workplace Safety and Insurance Board Basics” is a 36-minute training video follows the life cycle of a workers’ compensation claim.

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