CICB: Decisions

Decisions The CICB publishes its decisions (except those subject to a publication ban) on the Canadian Legal Information Institute (CanLII) website. The decisions do not include any personal identifying information. Decisions issued before January 1, 2017 are not published on CanLII.

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: 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? […]

CFSRB: Decisions

Decisions To read decisions of the Child and Family Services Review Board, visit the Canadian Legal Information Institute (CanLII). CanLII is a non-profit organization that makes Canadian law accessible for free on the internet. Pursuant to Rules 9.3 and 9.4 of the CFSRB’s Rules of Procedure, parties and their representatives must not use, share, discuss […]

CFSRB: Complain about services of a children’s aid society

Complain about services of a children’s aid society Print-friendly If you have sought or received services from a children’s aid society and have concerns about these services, you may have a right to complain to the CFSRB for one of these reasons: The children’s aid society did not give you a chance to be heard […]

CFSRB: Ask for a review of your residential placement

Ask for a review of your residential placement Print-friendly Before you file Are you at least 12 years old? Are you in a residential placement (a foster home, group home or treatment home) and has your placement been reviewed by a Residential Placement Advisory Committee (RPAC)? Do you disagree with your placement? If you answered […]