TO: Appointees

  • November 10, 2014

Appointees Role of the Appointee Appointees (adjudicators) at Tribunals Ontario hold hearings, make rulings, review and analyze evidence and make decisions. Because the adjudicator is neutral, they cannot provide legal advice or tell you how to present your case. It is up to you to present evidence that supports your position. The adjudicator may ask […]

TO: Working At TO

Working at TO Tribunals Ontario plays an important role in the administration of justice in Ontario. Our thirteen adjudicative tribunals provide fair, accessible dispute resolution to thousands of Ontarians each year. Each year, our tribunals resolve nearly 100,000 cases. The Tribunals Ontario team includes Ontario Public Service staff and members (adjudicators) who are appointed by […]