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.
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.










Nov 19, 2015

Medical legal partnerships could improve health of

By Elliot Ferguson, Kingston Whig-Standard Thursday, November 19, 2015 9:27:14 EST PM

Nov 04, 2015

Annual General Meeting 2015

Guest speaker Dr. Nav Persaud will discuss "Health, Justice and Health Justice." Nav Persaud is a Staff Physician and Associate Scientist at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto, an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto and an Associate Editor for the Canadian Medical Association Journal. Together with his colleagues at St Michael's Hospital and allied legal clinics led by ARCH Disability Law Centre, he helped to create the Health Justice Initiative. The Initiative carries out direct legal services to patients, legal education to health care providers and our patient population, and law reform activities. Nav was educated at the University of Toronto and the University of Oxford.

Sep 10, 2015

Deferral of the Employment Related Benefit

The Ministry has announced that it is again deferring the implementation of the Employment Related Benefit  which was to have replaced seven existing OW and ODSP employment benefits in October - in order to consider proposed changes in the broader context of social assistance reform. According to todays announcement, the current suite of employment-related benefits, including the ODSP Work-Related Benefit, will continue to be available until a new simplified benefit is implemented.

Sep 01, 2015

E-Filing Now Available at LTB & Small Claims Court

Ontario Courts and tribunals are now providing some online filing of claims and applications. If you have internet access, you may be able to file and pay fees from your computer and not have to go to a courthouse or Government Information Centre (GIC).

Jul 31, 2015

Can A Landlord Legally Take A Tenant's Belongings?

Has your landlord threatened to take or throw out your belongings? This article will help explain when it is legal for your landlord to take your things according to the Residential Tenancies Act (RTA). The RTA is the law that applies to most rental housing in Ontario. The RTA may not apply if you share a kitchen or bathroom with the owner or rent from another tenant.