Category Archives for "COVID-19"

As COVID Ebbs, Our Courts Slowly Reopen

It seems ambitious but the Ministry of the Attorney General plans to reopen a limited number of courthouses on July 6.

I’m not sure if that will happen since I can’t even see a hairdresser in Toronto right now. Still, I realize everyone wants to see our judicial system operating again, so let’s have faith that things will work out.

As COVID Ebbs, Our Courts Slowly Reopen
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1 Financial Effects of COVID-19 for Separated, Divorced Couples

Many separated and divorced couples are dealing with a compounded level of stress due to the lockdown imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

With countless businesses closed or forced to curtail activity, people across the country are facing reduced hours, job loss, and struggling to meet their financial obligations, including child support payments. In the past month, nearly six million Canadians have applied for COVID-19 emergency benefits, and that number is expected to increase in the weeks ahead.

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