April 26, 2019

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The Ministry of Community and Social Services helps adults with a developmental disability live, work and participate in a range of community activities, enforces support orders issued by the courts so that families get the money to which they are entitled, helps Ontarians recover from hardship and regain control of their lives.


The Ministry of Citizenship, Immigration and International Trade provides services for successful economic and social integration of newcomers, which maximizes the benefits of immigration promotes greater social inclusion, civic and community engagement and recognition among all Ontarians.

In 2003, the Ministry of Children and Youth Services was created. The ministry is working with government and community partners to develop and implement policies, programs and a service system that helps give children the best possible start in life, prepare youth to become productive adults and make it easier for families to access the services they need at all stages of a child's development.

Welcome to Justice Ontario, your one-stop source for questions about Ontario's legal system, including: finding a lwayer, tickets and fine, lawsuits and disputes, family and criminal law, human rights and wills and estates.






In June 2007, the Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs was created to replace the Ontario Secretariat of Aboriginal Affairs. This step reflected the importance of developing a stronger, broader partnership with Aboriginal people in Ontario. The Ministry works to ensure a better future for almost 300,000 First Nations, Métis and Inuit Ontarians.

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