Skip to main content

Legal clinic for precarious workers at Jane and Finch

Lawyer Phanath Im is giving back to the community she grew up in through her involvement with Osgoode law school's community legal aid clinic being launched in Jane-Finch on Thursday. The clinic will help precarious workers in need of legal help. .
.
*(*This article is unfinished – it was scheduled to appear in the hope that it will be finished before, but since this message is here and until it is removed, the article is to be considered work in progress*)*.
Sources / More info: Free legal help for workplace violations comes to Jane-Finch | Toronto Star:
[tags: ]
Post a Comment

Popular Articles

Toronto parks are no place for foragers, city warns residents

Not long ago we learned from a long-time forager about his adventure through Toronto's parks. Here's a warning.

Downsview Park, future Central Park?

The Downsview Park has taken decades from promise to existence and it seems like it will take a few more. It is nonetheless entertaining to read the “visions”.

Social Housing Demolitions at Jane and Finch

Social Housing, otherwise known as subsidized housing or TCHC projects is a subject fraught with controversy. Conversely, the news of “upgrading” such apartments at Jane and Finch will be met with various degrees of approval in our community.

Subscribe Now!

Subscribe in a reader, or by email:
Your email: