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The Ontario Court of Appeal has ruled that all litigation records with the Office of the Children’s Lawyer for a child client are not subject to freedom of information legislation, even if it is not material protected by solicitor-client privilege. Do you agree with this ruling?
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Total Votes: 39
Poll Results
Yes, I agree with advocates for the rights of children within the justice system, who are applauding the decision.
No, this will harm transparency into the decision-making process by the Office of the Children's Lawyer.
Start Voting: 6/25/2018|End Voting: 7/2/2018
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Pro Bono Ontario has announced it is closing three legal help centres due to a lack of stable funding, and the province and federal government have not offered funds so far to make up the shortfall. Do you think the Law Society of Ontario should assist with funding so the centres can stay open?
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