Legal problems can be stressful. At CARREL+Partners LLP, we want our clients to be well informed and at least with the legal process, so they can make informed decisions that are in their best interests. Scroll down to find our suggested links to websites that can help you learn more about legal procedures and other aspects of law.
Guide to Ontario Courts
This bilingual Ontario government website contains detailed information about the Court of Appeal, Judicial Council, Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Court of Justice. Read recent judgments from the Court of Appeal. Teachers can find resources for the classroom.
Ontario Legislation Online
Research Ontario’s Statues and Regulations through the search engine in this bilingual, provincial government website.
Financial Services Commission of Ontario
The FSCO regulates insurance, pensions, credit unions, caisses populaires, cooperatives, mortgage brokers and loan & trust companies. The site includes consumer information and downloadable brochures on shopping for various forms of insurance, pension rights, consumer protection and other topics.
Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General
This helpful provincial government website includes information and advice on services provided by this ministry going to court, the Native Affairs Secretariat and various related links.
Law Society of Upper Canada
The Law Society of Upper Canada, the regulatory body for all lawyers in Ontario, offers information about its services, and helpful advice for those seeking a lawyer.
Supreme Court of Canada
This bilingual website provides access to the latest judgments of the Supreme Court of Canada, as well as information about its hearing processes and the operation of the Canadian judicial system.
Canadian Legal Information Institute
CanLII is a non-profit organization managed by the Federation of Law Societies of Canada. CanLII's goal is to make Canadian law accessible for free on the Internet. This website provides access to court judgments, tribunal decisions, statutes and regulations from all Canadian jurisdictions.