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Community Law School (Sarnia-Lambton) Inc. is a nonprofit, registered charitable organization dedicated to public legal education. We offer information and lay advocacy training on a variety of topics under Ontario and Federal law that have direct impacts on persons who are marginalized and/or who live in or on the edge of poverty.

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Community Law School (Sarnia-Lambton) Inc.

Community Law School (Sarnia-Lambton) Inc. is a nonprofit, registered charitable organization dedicated to public legal education. We offer live and virtual workshops, specific-topic training and educational materials, direct-to-client information and training, and an online Certificate in Community Advocacy Program, to frontline workers, seasoned and novice community advocates, consumers, grassroots organizations, and members of impoverished and marginalized communities in a variety of social welfare issues and topics, social and self advocacy skills and techniques, and consumer protection laws.

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Peer to Peer (age 50+) Connection: Digital Safety Virtual Workshop

We are very pleased to partner with the Lambton Mental Wellness Centre, the Family Counselling Centre, Age-Friendly Sarnia, and Literacy Lambton to present a “Lunch and Learn” workshop (via Zoom) about Virtual Digital Safety and Connection.  If you are age 50+ (or work with, live with, or assist people who are) and want tips about how to more safely navigate and protect yourself from scams,

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Social Justice Advocacy: Spring, 2022 Workshops

Would you like to learn more about social justice advocacy in general, study effective techniques for raising awareness of social justice issues, and develop practical skills and approaches to promote social justice causes?  Join our Spring, 2022 Social Justice Advocacy Program, a series of six virtual workshops focusing on a variety of approaches that may be used to inspire and achieve positive,

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Petition Regarding Permanent Residential Addiction Treatment Centre for Sarnia-Lambton

The Community Law School Social Justice Advocacy Group has launched a Petition for the Establishment of a Permanent Residential Treatment Centre for Addictions Rehabilitation in Sarnia-Lambton.  The Petition can be found at http://Establishment of a Permanent Residential Treatment Centre for Addictions Rehabilitation.  Like countless other communities, Sarnia-Lambton is dealing with serious and deadly addiction issues that devastate individuals,

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