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This monthly eblast highlights recent legal information from community-based organizations across Ontario. Find more resources from CLEO and hundreds of other organizations in the Your Legal Rights collection on CLEO Connect.  
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What To Do If You Get An N4 Notice: This tip sheet for renters from Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario (ACTO) explains the process if someone receives an N4 notice from their landlord. It also provides options if the renter can’t pay the full amount owed or if they disagree with the amount.

Renter Cover Letter Templates: The Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation (CERA) has created letter templates to increase renters’ chances of being accepted for a unit and avoiding discrimination. They also have a guide for renters in condominiums that outlines the laws, rights and responsibilities that apply to tenants, landlords and condominium boards. 

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One-Year Window (OYW) Program Training Manual: Intended for settlement workers, this resource from Connecting Ottawa can help resettled refugees who are now permanent residents apply to reunify with immediate family members abroad. Connecting Ottawa also has a letter to employers about “expired” work permits. The letter explains that employees are still able to work as long as they applied to extend their permit before it expired. 
Remember that CLEO has a Guided Pathway you can use to apply for an open work permit in Canada. 

Luke’s Place’s two-part resource on financial disclosures aims to help community workers assist women seeking support from an ex-partner. Part One provides tips for reviewing a self-employed person’s financial statement, tax returns and supporting documentation. Part Two offers tips for examining deductions from an ex-partner’s income or requesting documentation related to expenses, underemployment or cash income.
Please forward this eblast to colleagues who might find it useful in their work. Want to recommend a legal information resource that community workers in Ontario may find useful? Email brenda.doner@cleo.on.ca.
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