Legal Aid Ontario’s toll-free number (1-800-668-8258) connects low-income Ontarians to legal aid services, assistance and information. It’s available to help people in Ontario:
- get free help from a lawyer—also known as summary advice—to help you deal with your legal problem
- get information about legal aid services
- learn the legal aid services for which you qualify
- ask about your legal aid application
Produced by Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO), this website has legal information on a wide range of topics, in a variety of languages, produced by hundreds of organizations from across Ontario.
CLASP is a free legal clinic located in Osgoode Hall Law School at York University. We help people with their legal problems who cannot afford a lawyer.
Osgoode Hall Law School
Ignat Kaneff Building
4700 Keele Street
Toronto, ON, M3J 1P3
Tel: (416) 736 – 5029
Fax: (416) 736 – 5564
Provides free legal services to low income, non-English speaking clients from the Chinese, Vietnamese, Laotian and Cambodian communities in Toronto.
180 Dundas Street West, Suite 1701
Toronto, Ontario M5G 1Z8 (Dundas and University)
The FCJ Refugee Centre helps up-rooted people overcome the challenge of rebuilding their lives in Canadian society. With an open door approach, the centre offers an integrated model of refugee protection, settlement services and education, including shelter for women and their children.
208 Oakwood Avenue (Oakwood and St Clair Avenue West)
Toronto, ON M6E 2V4
FCLS provides summary advice and legal representation in some areas of immigration.
1 Leaside Park Drive Unit 1
Toronto ON M4H 1R1
Tel #: 416-441-1764
Fax #: 416-441-0269
PCLS assists in four major areas of law: immigration and refugee, workers’ rights, housing rights, social assistance, violence and health.
266 Queen Street West (map)
Tel (416) 531-2411
Fax (416) 531-0885
Provides help with immigration, employment, housing and other issues to low-income residents in northern Etobicoke.
Rexdale Community Hub
21 Panorama Court, Suite 24
Toronto, Ontario, M9V 4E3
SALCO provides advice, brief services, and/or legal representation in a various areas
of poverty law, including immigration and Employment law.
45 Sheppard Ave. E. Suite 106A
Toronto ON M2N 5W9