The Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (or LISNS) is a charitable, not-for-profit organization. They provide easy to understand information and resources about the law.
The Nova Scotia Legal Aid Commission delivers legal aid via a network of 16 community-based law offices as well as 3 sub-offices.
The Legal Services Board of Nunavut (LSB) was incorporated in July 2000. As the territory’s legal aid plan, LSB is responsible for providing legal services to financially eligible Nunavummiut in the areas of criminal, family and civil law.
Free legal advice by phone for individuals living more than 40km from a Pro Bono walk-in centre.
Government legal services available to low-income individuals who meet eligibility requirements.
non-profit service connecting low-income individuals to lawyers who will charge on a sliding scale based on the client’s income level.
General referral service for any individual living or working in Ontario who needs a lawyer.
Pro Bono Ontario offers some services and resources to individuals going through the Small Claims Court. Availability of these services is determined by the individual’s eligibility.
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Website of legal information for people in Ontario. Site has free and easy-to-find legal information produced by hundreds of organizations across Ontario.
LawFacts provides free legal information about criminal, family, and refugee law, and court-related mental health issues. Resources for Aboriginal Canadians and help with finding a lawyer are also available.