Legal Links

Legal Links

The Renfrew County Law Association Law Library does not provide legal advice or research to members of the public.  Please contact one of our members for this type of service.

The following legal links are provided for your assistance.

Legal Aid Ontario

Ontario Bar Association

Law Society of Ontario

Ontario Legislation

Federal Legislation

Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC)
This is the organization that keep all police records.  The public can enter the VIN Numbers of stolen bicycles and cehicles to see if they have been located.

Ontario Provincial Police

Ontario Ministry of Community Safety and Corrections
This Ministry looks after the OPP and the Ontario Prisons.  On this website you can find a listing of all jails and their addresses.  There is also an explanation of the prison system in Ontario.

Ontario Courts

Guide to Ontario Courts

Ontario Court of Appeal and Decisions

Ontario Superior Court of Justice

Ontario Court of Justice

Ontario Law Online

Ontario Administrative Tribunals

Ontario Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal Decisions

Ontario Human Rights Commission

Ontario Municipal Board

Ontario Securities Commission

Ontario Labour Relations Board

Ontario Employment Standards

Federal Courts and Tribunals

Supreme Court of Canada

Supreme Court of Canada Decisions

Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs

Canadian Human Rights Tribunal

Canadian International Trade Tribunal

Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada

Canadian Industrial Relations Board

Canadian Radio-Television & Telecommunications Commission

Federal Department of Justice – Laws and Regulations

Information about obtaining a pardon, including application procedures

Association in Defence of the Wrongfull Convicted
This organization takes up the cases of those innocent persons who have been wrongfully convicted, primarily by Canadian courts.  They have spearheaded the campaigns in the cases of Guy Paul Morin, Steven Truscott, David Milgaard and many more.

Research Links

Canadian Access to Justice Network

Canadian Legal Information Institute (Canlii)
CanLII, now a permanent resource in Canadian Law, was initially built as a prototype site in the field of public and free distribution of Canadian primary legal material.

Duhaime’s Law Dictionary
Researched, written in plain language and provided free of charge by lawyer Lloyd Duhaime.

Law Times

The World Law Guide

Your Legal Rights