Peel Legal ClinicAdmin
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, we would like to note that the clinic has taken steps to suspend face-to-face meetings with clients for the foreseeable future, effective March 16, 2020. Low-income Mississauga residents who would like legal help from us are encouraged to contact us through this website or call us at 905-896-2050. A Community Council is responsible for setting the strategy and overseeing our community legal clinic. We also offer legal information sessions to members of the public and other community organizations. Contact us to find out more. Peel Community Legal Services has limited resources and relies on Commonwealth and state government funding to provide legal and advocacy services to our community, and therefore the number of appointments we can schedule is limited. We are a not-for-profit community legal clinic funded by Legal Aid Ontario. We provide access to justice for low-income people living in Brampton, Caledon and Dufferin counties. Contact us in the way that suits you best! No matter how you contact us, our customer service representatives will find out what your issues are and arrange for legal staff to contact you. You can save yourself a trip and call us for the first contact. If you come in person, we require everyone who comes to our office to wear a mask.
We are a not-for-profit community legal clinic funded by Legal Aid Ontario. We are not part of Legal Aid Ontario: we are a separate not-for-profit corporation. All information you provide to us about your legal issue is confidential – whether we advise you, refer you to another location or represent you in court. The only exceptions are if we hear information that demonstrates a likelihood of significant harm to you or others, or if we receive a request from Legal Aid Ontario for financial information showing that you are qualified to provide our services. We provide free legal advice for specific issues for low-income people in Brampton, Caledon and Dufferin County. Learn more about how we can help. We can: Call us, send us an email, use the form on the contact page of this website or walk through our door – we can help! Our office will be closed on Monday, October 10, 2022 due to Thanksgiving. We will reopen on Tuesday, October 11, 2022.
Please email us at: email@example.com or leave a voicemail at 905-455-0160 and we will get back to you when you return. Learn more about evictions: youtu.be/9_mFCv9WbPE All the services we offer are free of charge. However, if you can afford it, we will ask you to reimburse us if we have to pay for things you need to help you in your case: for example, a medical certificate or legal costs. We speak your language! Telephone interpretation available in more than 200 languages. We are pleased to present our 2020-21 Annual Report! Clients who miss TWO contactless or short-notice appointments will NOT be rescheduled or booked for further appointments on this topic. PEEL COMMUNITY LEGAL SERVICES IS PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA THROUGH THE STATE COMMUNITY LEGAL SERVICES PROGRAM AND THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE. And we`re always working with our community partners to improve laws that affect low-income people in Ontario. This information comes from 211Ontario.ca, a project of Findhelp Information Services. They are constantly updating their information, which comes from community databases across Ontario. Please use this form if your agency is not listed or if you have general feedback on this tool.
URGENT MEASURES NEEDED BY OCTOBER 8, 2020: MCLS is taking action to address our concerns about bill 184 and the lack of tenant protection during COVID-19 in Ontario. Get involved by sending your own letter using our included template. Clients who make appointments and do not attend those appointments take advantage of an opportunity from others who urgently need help. To ensure that others are not disadvantaged and that we make the most of our resources, we have a cancellation/no-show policy that is applied to clients who miss appointments without informing them that they cannot attend or who cancel on very short notice. 24 Queen Street East, Suite 700 Brampton, Ontario L6V 1A3. We are looking for an advocate for our team who is as passionate about social justice as we are. The full job posting can be found here. The application deadline is August 12, 2021.