Following link takes you to the ARCH Alert page where you can access the latest ARCH Alert of June 29, 2016
ARCH Disability Law Centre is Moving!!
On July 18, 2016, ARCH’s new address will be:
55 University Avenue
Our phone numbers and other contact...
Schedule 1 Class Action Claims Period Has Started
The Court has approved the settlement in Clegg v. Ontario, the Schedule 1 class action lawsuit. You may be able to get money from the...
PRESS RELEASE – June 7 2016
AMENDMENTS TO THE CUSTOMER SERVICE
STANDARD UNDER THE AODA A STEP BACKWARD
Yesterday, the Liberal Government announced their amendments to the Customer Service...
ARCH Disability Law Centre (ARCH) is a specialty legal clinic dedicated to defending and advancing the equality-rights of people with disabilities who live in Ontario. ARCH promotes the full social...
Important Information about the Schedule 1 Lawsuit, Clegg v. Ontario
This lawsuit is about twelve places where people with disabilities lived. The government of Ontario was in charge of these...
The Respecting Rights committee is a committee that is housed at ARCH. Respecting Rights offers workshops using the below videos (and role plays, and much more) to teach people about the legal rights...
The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, HALCO and ARCH commented on the (March 7, 2016) Report from the Medical Officer of Health to the Toronto Board of Health on the integration of supervised...
ARCH Disability Law Centre and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Alliance have collaborated to produce a brief on the proposed amendments to the Customer Service Standard under the...
The Vulnerable Persons Standard is available at http://www.vps-npv.ca/.
There is a section on the website for individual endorsements.