• Julie Mathews the 2015 Guthrie Award Recipient

    Julie Mathews is recognized as an innovator and relationship-builder with an unwavering commitment to making legal information accessible for all people, especially those from marginalized communities.

  • Bruce Campbell awarded Community Leadership in Justice Fellowship

    Bruce Campbell, Executive Director of Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, has been awarded a Community Leadership in Justice Fellowship. His work will focus on public disasters and associated regulatory failure, including the Lac-Mégantic rail disaster.

  • Tracey Heffernan, of ACTO, was a CLJ Fellow. Apply for a 2015-2016 Fellowship by May 16.

    Advancing access to justice

    Tracy Heffernan, of the Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario, was a Community Leadership in Justice Fellow. At Osgoode Hall Law School, Tracy studied how the Charter can be used to address homelessness. More about these fellowships

  • Advancing access to justice

    Ari Kaplan is a former Trustee of the Foundation and a current Board Member of the Ontario Justice Education Network, an organization that delivers justice education programming for youth and those who serve youth, to foster public understanding of the justice system.

  • Advancing access to justice

    Amanda Carling completed her articles through the Foundation's Public Interest Articling Fellowship program at the Association in Defence of the Wrongly Convicted.

  • Advancing access to justice

    Kori Williams, a lawyer at Dentons, is a volunteer mentor in the Law In Action Within Schools Law Firm mentoring partnership program, funded by the Foundation.

  • Advancing access to justice

    Albert Lin is a law student and volunteer with Pro Bono Students Canada, a national law student program funded by the Foundation that provides legal services without charge to organizations and individuals in need.

  • Advancing access to justice

    Wendy Komiotis is Executive Director of the Metropolitan Action Committee on Violence Against Women, an organization funded by the Foundation that provides legal information to women who have experienced violence.

Our Grantees' Stories

Our grantees are using Foundation funding for diverse and innovative projects. Read stories about their work.

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How Lawyers & Paralegals Contribute to Access to Justice

The work of Ontario lawyers and paralegals generates millions of dollars in mixed trust account interest revenue that supports Legal Aid Ontario and many diverse projects that enhance access to justice.

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Access to Justice and Cy-près

The Access to Justice Fund is a national granting program that benefits people across Canada. It is available to receive and administer cy-près awards to improve access to justice.

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