Submissions and Legislative Updates

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Provincial Government

Draft Regulation on Street Checks

  • December 14, 2015

The Ontario Bar Association (“OBA”) appreciates the opportunity to participate in consultations with the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services (“the Ministry”), and comment on Ontario’s Draft Regulations for Street Checks (“Draft Regulations”).

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Provincial Government, Equality

Ontario Proposed Regulation for Street Checks Consultation

  • August 31, 2015

The Ontario Bar Association (“OBA”) appreciates the opportunity to comment on the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services consultation for Ontario’s Proposed Regulation for Street Checks.

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Provincial Government

Exploring an online Administrative Monetary Penalty System for infractions of provincial statutes and municipal by-laws in Ontario

  • May 05, 2015

The Ontario Bar Association (the “OBA”) appreciates the opportunity to comment on the Ministry of the Attorney General’s consultation paper “Exploring an online Administrative Monetary Penalty System for infractions of provincial statutes and municipal by-laws in Ontario” (“the Consultation Paper”).

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Law Society of Ontario

Alternative Business Structures and the Legal Profession in Ontario

  • January 30, 2015

The Ontario Bar Association (“OBA”) is pleased to provide this update on our consideration of the issues raised by the Law Society of Upper Canada in “Alternative Business Structures and the Legal Profession in Ontario: A Discussion Paper” (the “Discussion Paper”)

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Provincial Government

Child and Family Services Act Review

  • January 15, 2015

The Ontario Bar Association (OBA) appreciates the opportunity to provide advice in connection with the Ministry of Children and Youth Services’ (“MCYS”) review of the Children and Family Services Act (“CFSA” or the “Act”). We look forward to working with the government as the review proceeds in order to ensure the Act serves the crucial purposes for which it is designed and to assist in finding ways to better meet the current and emerging needs of children, families and the justice sector.

Family Law, Child and Youth Law