Council of Canadians with Disabilities (CCD)
CCD is a national human rights organization of people with disabilities working for an accessible and inclusive Canada.
Legal Line is a federal not-for-profit organization that provides free legal information to Canadians through its website, telephone and systems.
Legal Aid Alberta (LAA)
LAA provides a range of legal services to low-income Albertans in a number of areas of law including family, criminal, and civil.
Edmonton Community Legal Centre
The Edmonton Community Legal Centre is a not-for-profit organization that offers free legal information, advice and representation for people living with low income in the Edmonton area. They assist through information, advice, representation or referrals to appropriate agencies.
The Law Society of Alberta – Lawyer Referral Service
The Law Society of Alberta is an information referral service that assists people in finding a lawyer in the area of law which they require services. It is independent of Legal Aid Alberta, and does not financially subsidize its legal services.
British Columbia Resources
Legal Services Society (LSS)
LSS provides legal aid services in British Columbia. It gives priority to people with low incomes, but many of its services are available to all British Columbians. These include representation by a lawyer, legal advice, and legal information.
Community Legal Assistance Society (CLAS)
CLAS provides legal assistance to disadvantaged people throughout British Columbia. It specializes in the areas of poverty, disability, workers’ compensation, employment insurance, mental health, human rights and equality law.
British Columbia Human Rights Coalition
The British Columbia Human Rights Coalition operates a clinic and human rights protections.
Legal Aid Manitoba
Legal Aid Manitoba provides legal advice and groups. It also provides referrals to other organizations that may be able to meet a client’s needs.
Manitoba Worker Advisor Office
The Manitoba Worker Advisor Office is a branch of Manitoba Labour and/or their dependants who have claims with the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba.
New Brunswick Resources
New Brunswick Legal Aid Services Commission
The New Brunswick Legal Aid Services Commission provides legal assistance to eligible applicants in certain criminal and family law matters.
Newfoundland Labrador Resources
The Legal Aid Commission ensures that people with limited financial means have access to legal counsel.
Northwest Territories Resources
Nova Scotia Resources
Nova Scotia Legal Aid Commission
Legal Aid may provide a lawyer to someone who could not otherwise afford one. To be eligible, an applicant must be receiving Social Assistance Benefits or be in an equivalent financial position. Legal services are provided mainly in the areas of family and criminal law.
Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission
The Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission is the independent government agency charged with administering that act and other human rights-related issues.
Legal Services Board of Nunavut 867-360-4603
The Legal Services Board of Nunavut runs the legal aid program for Nunavut.
Legal Aid Ontario (LAO)
LAO is available to low income individuals and issue legal aid certificates to eligible people. Visit this website to find the legal aid area office closest to your community.
ARCH Disability Law Centre
ARCH Disability Law Centre is a specialty legal aid clinic that is dedicated to defending and advancing the equality rights of persons with disabilities in Ontario.
Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO)
CLEO is a community legal clinic that specializes in public legal education. It mainly serves people with low income and exercise their legal rights.
To find out more about other specialized legal community clinics in Ontario, visit: www.legalaid.on.ca
Mental Health Service Information Ontario (MHSIO)
MHSIO provides information about mental health services and accessible 24 hours a day.
Reach Canada mobilizes a network of more than 180 lawyers in the Ottawa region to help people with disabilities deal with problems related to wills, pensions, and services.
Prince Edward Island Resources
Prince Edward Island Human Rights Commission
The Prince Edward Island a resource centre.
La Commission des services juridiques (CSJ)
La Commission des services juridiques (CSJ) est l’organisme chargé de l’application de la Loi sur l’aide juridique au Québec.
Saskatchewan Legal Aid Commission
The Saskatchewan Legal Aid Commission provides legal services to persons and organizations are financially unable to secure these services from their own resources. To find an office near you, visit: www.legalaid.sk.ca
Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission
Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission’s job is to discourage and educates people about human rights law in Saskatchewan.
Pro Bono Students Canada (PBSC)
PBSC is the world’s only national pro bono student organization. PBSC programs engage approximately 2,000 law students across the country who are given the opportunity to develop legal skills while providing critical legal services to hundreds of public interest organizations, community groups, government agencies, legal clinics and administrative tribunals.
Saskatchewan Voice of People with Disabilities, Inc.
Advocates for self-determination and inclusion of people with disabilities.
Yukon Legal Services Society
Yukon Legal Services Society (YLSS) is Yukon’s legal aid service provider. It exists to ensure that low-income individuals living in the Yukon have access to justice by providing legal aid services and supports to other Yukon justice programs helping low-income individuals.
Yukon Human Rights Commission
The mand the public.