LTB: Service Standards

Service Standards Important Notice February 8, 2021: It is taking us longer than usual to process applications and issue notices of hearing. Orders are taking approximately 30 days for hearings related to an L1 or L9 application and approximately 60 days for other application types. You can check if a hearing has been scheduled or […]

CFSRB: Appeal a school board decision to expel a pupil

Appeal a school board decision to expel a pupil Print-friendly The Education Act gives the CFSRB the mandate to hear appeals from expulsions from a school or all schools of a school board. Before you file Are you the parent or guardian of a student who is under 18 years old who was recently expelled? […]

HRTO: Service Standards

  • February 23, 2015

Service Standards Service excellence is a priority for the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. Our service standards keep us focused on providing fair, effective, and timely dispute resolution. These are the service standards for the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario: The first mediation date offered to parties will be scheduled to take place within 150 […]

OSET: Service Standards

  • February 17, 2015

Service Standards Service excellence is a priority for the Ontario Special Education Tribunals. Our service standards keep us focused on providing our clients with fair, effective, and timely dispute resolution. The OEST service standards: All appeals will be scheduled for mediation or a hearing within 120 calendar days of the response being filed. Decisions will […]

SBT: Service Standards

  • November 17, 2014

Service Standards Service excellence is a priority for the Social Benefits Tribunal. Our service standards keep us focused on providing our clients with fair, effective, and timely dispute resolution. You can expect the SBT to meet these service standards 80% of the time: A notice of hearing will be sent out no later than 30 […]

CRB: About Us

About Us What We Do The Custody Review Board (CRB) hears applications and makes recommendations on the placement of young people in custody or detention. The CRB operates under the jurisdiction of the Child and Family Services Act and the Youth Criminal Justice Act. If you are a young person who was charged with an […]