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On September 4, 2018, the PCLS Board of Directors sent a letter to Minister of Health and Long Term Care requesting reversal of decision to halt opening of the Parkdale-Queen West Overdose Prevention Site.

Read the full letter here.


Draft bylaw changes for AGM 2018

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The following draft bylaw changes were approved by the Board of Parkdale Community Legal Services to be voted on at our Annual General Meeting on September 26, 2018. To request a hard copy of the draft bylaws, you can call us 416-531-2411, or come by our office and speak to reception.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 September 2018 22:20

PCLS statement of support for CUPE 3903

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Parkdale Community Legal Services stands in solidarity with precarious workers in the university sector who come together to challenge their marginalization in a context where universities are increasingly relying on their labour to deliver post-secondary education. In particular, we stand in solidarity with CUPE 3903 in their strike at York University.

Read the full statement (PDF).

Last Updated on Thursday, 29 March 2018 19:14

PCLS welcomes new Clinic Director

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PCLS welcomes our new Clinic Director

The Board of Directors of Parkdale Community Legal Services are thrilled to announce the appointment of Johanna Macdonald as our new Clinic Director effective November 6, 2017. Johanna has dedicated roots in the community legal clinic system and a depth of experience in clinical legal education.

Read full announcement here.


Clinic partnership reports on A2J Guided Interviews

September 29, 2016

PCLS is pleased to introduce Community legal clinics and A2J Guided Interviews, a final report for the fiscal year 2015/16 by the Clinic Interview Partnership (“Clinic IP”). This is a project exploring how online interactive technology, A2J Guided Interviews, can increase the capacity of legal clinics to serve their communities.

The partnership was formed 2012. Today it includes 17 community legal clinics and is governed by a Steering Committee of clinic managers, Legal Aid Ontario, and the Association of Community Legal Clinics of Ontario. The project team is housed at PCLS

The report gives an overview of the project, from its inception to the present, including envisioned next steps. It describes the project’s challenges and successes and summarizes some promising outcomes. The report also details observations about the technology and its potential as a capacity building tool for legal clinics.

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