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SALCO is open but we are not accepting walk-ins at this time. SALCO will see clients in person by appointment only. We continue to provide legal advice, brief services, and legal representation to respond to new and existing clients. However, to ensure the health and safety of SALCO staff, clients, and others, until further notice, we ask that you please contact us at (416) 487-6371 for legal support and all other inquiries. We will connect with you to provide support over the phone, virtually, or in person by appointment on a case by case basis.

Legal Services

SALCO provides advice, brief services, and/or legal representation in a various areas
of poverty law, including:

> Immigration

> Ontario Disability Support Program

> Ontario Works

> Old Age Security

> Canada Pension Plan

> Criminal Injuries Compensation(Basic Advice)
> Employment Insurance

> Human Rights

> Workplace Safety and Insurance Board(Advice only)

> Employment Law

> Family Law (Basic Advice)

> Tenants Rights

> Domestic Violence (Advice)

Public Legal Education

SALCO provides public legal education in many areas of law, including those listed above. SALCO can come to community events, places of religious worship, community agencies, support groups, etc… to provide legal education.

Please contact us or complete the “Request for Legal Education” form to have us come and speak to you.

Reform, Advocacy, Community Development

SALCO is involved in several community development and law reform initiatives on issues that impact the low-income South Asian community in Toronto, Ontario, and Canada.

We believe that a broad response to the problems that our clients face can have a greater impact in changing legislation, policy, and unfair practices.

SALCO also takes on test case work in poverty law, including two recent interventions at the Supreme Court of Canada.