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Kinna-aweya Legal Clinic

Legal Clinic


Description
  • Provides legal advice and assistance to residents within the District of Thunder Bay, particularly Indigenous people who, because of poverty, geographic isolation, or language differences, do not have access to traditional existing legal services
  • Focuses on helping people get income maintenance benefits and maintain access to housing
  • Provides services at no cost to individuals who meet eligibilty criteria
  • Provides advice, assistace, and representation in courts or tribunals
  • Facilitates legal education workshops in appropriate or law
Note: No advice or representation is given regarding Family law or Criminal Law.  No legal advice is given through Facebook due to confidentiality issues (call clinic directly)
Hours of Operation
Mon
0900 - 1700
Tue
0900 - 1700
Wed
0900 - 1700
Thu
0900 - 1700
Fri
0900 - 1700

Mon-Fri 9 am-12 noon, 1 pm-5 pm
Summer hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm, Jul-Aug
Eligibility
Must meet financial criteria to be eligible
Application Process
Call for more information
Fees
None
Documents Required
No documents required
Accessibility
Fully Accessible
Legal Status
None or unknown
Topic(s)
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Agency Information
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Copyright
211 Ontario North
Last Verified On
September 10, 2020