Ontario’s Tribunal System
Tribunals are public organizations with tribunal members or adjudicators
who have the legal power to hold hearings and make binding decisions in
many kinds of disputes and cases.
Tribunals act judicially and independently, and they must be treated
differently from advisory or operational boards or agencies.
Almost all adjudicative tribunals in the Ontario Government are in a
tribunal cluster, except the tribunals in the areas of health and labor.
For more information, see:
Society of Ontario Adjudicators and Regulators (SOAR)
Community Legal Education Ontario
Steps to Justice – Step-by-step information about legal problems (Community Legal Education Ontario)
Law Society of Ontario (Referral Service)
Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals (CCAT)
Ron Ellis – Administrative Justice System Reform
Paul Daly – Administrative Law Matters