Licence Appeal Tribunal

About the LAT The Licence Appeal Tribunal (LAT) is an independent, quasi-judicial agency and is one of fourteen tribunals in Tribunals Ontario. LAT adjudicates applications and resolves disputes concerning compensation claims and licensing activities regulated by the provincial government, including those activities of delegated administrative authorities.

CICB: Application & Hearing Process

Application and Hearing Process Changes at the CICB Please take note of these important changes at the CICB: Beginning October 1, 2019, the CICB will no longer accept: applications for compensation requests for review hearings applications to vary an order for compensation Monday, September 30, 2019 was the last day to file an application with […]

LTB: Application and Hearing Process

Note: Documents you submit to the board are available to the public on request, subject to limited exceptions. Application and Hearing Process This section tells you what to do before you file, how to file an application, and what happens afterwards. If you are a non-profit housing co-op or a co-op member, visit Non-Profit Co-op […]

CFSRB: FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions Who should I contact if I have questions? If you have a question about the CFSRB, call 416-327-0111 or 1-888-777-3616. If you file an application or appeal, a case processing officer will be assigned to your file and will be your main contact at the CFSRB. If you have questions about your […]

OSET: What We Do

What We Do The Ontario Special Education Tribunals (English, for the English Public and Catholic school boards and French, for the French Public and Catholic school boards) hear appeals from parents, legal guardians or adult students who disagree with a school board’s decision about the identification or placement of students with exceptional learning needs under […]

SBT: What We Do

What We Do The Social Benefits Tribunal (SBT) hears appeals from people who disagree with a decision that affects the amount of, or their eligibility for, social assistance under the Ontario Works Act or the Ontario Disability Support Program Act. SBT is independent from the Ministry of Community and Social Services, the province’s social assistance […]

CFSRB: Rules of Procedure

Rules of Procedure Rules There are two parts to the rules that govern the procedures of the Child and Family Services Review Board (CFSRB). Part I is the Social Justice Tribunals Ontario (SJTO) Common Rules and Part II is the CFSRB specific rules. Both parts should be read together. CFSRB Rules of Procedure Technical Note: […]

CFSRB: What We Do

What We Do The Child and Family Services Review Board (CFSRB) conducts reviews and hearings on a number of matters that affect children, youth and families in Ontario. Under the Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017, the CFSRB can review: A children’s aid society’s decision to remove a child in extended society care from […]

SBT: Appeal & Hearing Process

Appeal and Hearing Process Show All | Hide All | Print-friendly Step 1: Before you file Internal review If you do not agree with the decision of your Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) or Ontario Works (OW) Office, you must ask the office which made the decision for an internal review. The SBT does not […]

HRTO: Application & Hearing Process

Note: Documents you submit to the tribunal are available to the public on request, subject to limited exceptions. Application and Hearing Process Show All | Hide All | Print-friendly Before You File an Application Helps you decide whether to file an application with the HRTO. The HRTO can only consider your claim if it: falls […]