345 Bagot Street
Kingston, ON K7K 6T8
T: 613-541-0777
F: 613-547-4978

Monday to Thursday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday
1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Welcome to our organization

The Kingston Community Legal Clinic (KCLC) is a non-profit community legal clinic. We serve low income residents of the City of Kingston, Townships of South Frontenac and Frontenac Islands.

The clinic is funded by Legal Aid Ontario.  A volunteer, community-based Board of Directors is responsible for the clinic's operation.

KCLC provides a variety of services including legal advice, legal representation, public legal education, and community development. We also carry out law reform initiatives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

News

Dec 17, 2014

Sexual Harassment at Work

You have the right to be free of sexual harassment at work. Sexual harassment is upsetting and unwelcome comments or actions because of your sex, sexual orientation or gender. No one in your workplace may engage in sexual harassment. This includes your employer, supervisor, co-workers and customers. Freedom from sexual harassment is protected under Ontarios Human Rights Code.


Dec 16, 2014

More people on ODSP facing medical reviews

More people who get income support from the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) are being given a "medical review". This month, On the Radar, produced by CLEO, looks at what can happen on a medical review.


Nov 27, 2014

Disabililty Tax Credit: A Do-It-Yourself Guide

There are a number of companies offering to help people with disabilities get thousands of dollars in compensation from the Canadian government.


Nov 12, 2014

KCLC Annual General Meeting 2014

Please join the Board & Staff on Wednesday, November 26, 2014.


Nov 04, 2014

Disability Tax Credit Consultations

The Canada Revenue Agency has launched consultations on the Disability Tax Credit οΎ– in particular, on how to simplify the DTC application process and clarify the steps needed to take to apply for the credit. The consultations are described as being in support of the Disability Tax Credit Promoters Restrictions Act, which received Royal Assent in May, and which limits fees that can be charged for helping to complete DTC requests.