OHRC Files Motion to Address Ontario’s Breach of Legal Obligation to Keep Prisoners With Mental Health Disabilities Out of Segregation – Accessibility News, your Online Magazine Devoted to Disability Accessibility.


The Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) filed a motion with the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO) for an order to hold Ontario accountable for failing to meet its legal obligations to keep prisoners with mental health disabilities out of segregation. Read more athttps://aoda.ca/statement-ohrc-files-motion-to-address-ontarios-breach-of-legal-obligation-to-keep-prisoners-with-mental-health-disabilities-out-of-segregation/ Related

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Insurance company reinstates long-term disability coverage after Global News report, legal action

Insurance company reinstates long term disability coverage after Global News report legal action

[ad_1] A major Canadian insurance company is restoring long-term disability coverage to an Ontario woman following a Global News report on legal action taken against the insurer. Sun Life Financial had given notice to revoke long term disability benefits for Sandra Bullock of Georgetown, Ont. The company claimed Bullock was fit to work, and not […]

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