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Chambers of Commerce & Small Business Centres Distribute Legal Line Flyers

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As an arm of the Ontario government, SBEC’s provide entrepreneurs with all the tools they need to start and grow their businesses. Presently, there are 60 locations across the province. Our location assists on average 600-700 inquiries a month regarding small business programs and services. Your brochures would certainly act as a catalyst in ensuring that the small business legal inquiries are being answered to correctly and efficiently. Based on the volume of inquiries received at the SBC, I would like to ask that you forward as many brochures as you are capable of. If you have enough, perhaps I can make arrangements to receive 60 boxes, one for each location.

Candice Meredith, Business Advisor
Small Business Enterprise Centre (SBEC)


Service Canada provides Canadians with one-stop, personalized access to Government of Canada services and benefits. We would like 500 flyers for our office. A lot of citizens will make good use of them. Do you have them in French also ?

Barb Donovan, Citizen Service Agent
Service Canada


Our centre offers our clients a resource library; business name registration; small business consultation; seminars / workshops; and networking events. We would like to add Legal Line flyers to our Resource Library.

Linda DeBartolo
Office Manager / Business Advisor
Vaughan Business Enterprise Centre


The Provision Centre is a full service Business and Networking Support Centre. Please send us 100 flyers.

Yvette Murray, Director
The Provision Centre


I have just discovered your site from a link on the Ministry of the Attorney General website. I work in a GIC, which is under the Ministry of Consumer and Business Services. We provide free information services to the general public and small businesses through walk-in and telephone access, as well a fairly extensive array of free publications, on all levels of government services. I think your guides would be a beneficial addition to our resources. There are presently over 50 Government Information Centres open across the province, and we regularly share our resources.

Colleen MacDonald
Client Services Advisor
Brockville Government Information Centre


… first view of your guides was through Snowcrest Employment Resource Centre. The guides will be posted on an appropriate space, and will be distributed to clients.

Jimmy Wandrec
Information Officer
Chesswood Employment Resource Centre


I discovered your pamphlet in our local Chamber and was very impressed. Please send free guides to me so that I many distribute them to: Boards of Trade; Chambers of Commerce; Business Associations; and Real Estate Associations.

Ann Rowley
Chamber of Commerce, Whitby


We have been in receipt of this information through our Keswick office for some time now. We are presently offering resources and support to small business operators. We would like to continue to receive this information.

Anne Hart
Business Associate
Job Skills Business Resource Centre


I think it is a helpful site for small business owners seeking general legal information.

Susan Mladenovich
Treasurer
Home and Small Business Association of Durham


I think that this is a great resource guide for members of the public and businesses who utilize our centre.

Mary Ellen Cote
Client Services Advisor
Government of Ontario, Service Centre


Legal Line exists solely to help people make informed decisions. By knowing the law, you have the tools to help you work-through life’s real issues. With 400 volunteer lawyers, and the support of 6,300 government offices, their website and 24-hour telephone information line give you the legal answers you need.

The Redbook of Hamilton
Directory of Community Services


We are a one-stop source of business information for entrepreneurs. This month we are celebrating our Grand Opening and would appreciate Legal Line brochures to include in our “Start a Small Business” package. I have seen the poster while visiting the Windsor Self-Help Office and it is indeed impressive. If possible, I would like 2 boxes of the brochures as we have many partners that would also be interested in having these on location.

Vicki White
Business Consultant
Huron Business Self-Help Office, County of Huron


Our office has five (5) satellite offices and therefore we would require at least one thousand (1000) flyers. These pamphlets are very beneficial in our type of business and I thank you for such a great directory.

Sandra Armstrong
Eligibility Review Officer
Manitoulin-Sudbury District Social Services Administration Board


We came across one of your brochures. We have a lot of small business owners that use our office to get help for business information. We think that your brochure will be a great resource…

Cindy James
Client Services Officer
Lanark-North Leeds Enterprise Centre


Legal Line is a wonderful tool in our business.

Donna Cain, Manager
Social Services Department
Lambton County Social Services – Ontario Works Division


This is a valuable Internet link. We will use your maps to assist people carrying on Business in Ontario.

Bjorn Rutten, LL.B.
Legal Counsel
Canadian German Chamber of Commerce, Toronto


CIVICYork eCommerce partners with Legal Line to provide a database that is accurate, up-to-date and comprehensive.

CIVICYork – Community Information and Volunteer York Region


I learned about Legal Line just now as I read through your website but the Region of Peel has been using your documents way before I was around. Legal Line flyers and guides assist the clients we interact with on a daily bases. I am looking forward to receiving your materials (as the demand is so high we are running low).

The Region of Peel serves 1.3 million residents and approximately 88,000 businesses in Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga. With your assistance we continue to further assist those residents and businesses.

Kevin Alexander
Operational Service Rep.
Region of Peel


We are down to our last box of Legal Line guides. We use the guides for referrals, distribute the guides to clients looking for information from our Business Resource Centre, and give them to clients from the community.

Lindsey Weening
Bradford & District Chamber of Commerce


We are constantly on the lookout for great business resources, and our staff recently selected Legalline.ca to be added to our online resource database. CanadaOne is a free just-in-time business resource for small businesses in Canada, with over 900 articles on how to start-up and grow a Canadian business. Your link has been added.

Julie King
Publisher & Managing Editior
CanadaONE.com


The info you share is enlightening. Thanks so much. They are very well organized and your website is easy to use.

Nancy Chambers, YMCA Employment Specialist
Employment and Community Services
Midland Employment Resource Centre


A copy of your excellent Legal Line fold-out pamphlet was received by one of our workers at the Youth Mosaic at Emery Collegiate. What an excellent layout, easy to read / use format ! Your brochure would be a definite asset to our centre. Please send one box at your earliest convenience.

Judy Pagliuca, Employment Resource Centre
Office of Judy Hoy, Commissioner
City of Toronto, Community & Neighbourhood Services


The Legal Line Poster is excellent !

Hilary Francis, Lab Facilitator / Resource Centre
Transition Services
Youth Opportunities Unlimited


Our Family Law Information Centre serves the Simcoe County region. The majority of our clients are people who are unrepresented, who do not qualify for Legal Aid but are in need of legal assistance. Your pamphlet has been an invaluable resource to these people. We would like 25 boxes as we are supporting five (5) courts in our area.

Michele Brett, Information and Resource Coordinator
Ministry of the Attorney General (MAG)
Family Law Information Centre, Superior Court of Justice / Family Division


We received only one copy of the Guide here at our location, and we would like to request to have more available so that the Guide could be distributed and displayed in our waiting / employment resource centre area. We found it to be very resourceful for both staff and clients receiving Ontario Works.

Michelle Fortun
Caseworker
Toronto Employment & Social Services


We refer our users to Legal Line with confidence. 211 is the information and referral service that provides the people of Ontario with reliable information on community and social services. When you dial the 211 hotline, you are connected with a Certified Information and Referral Specialist who has been trained to assess your needs, answer your questions accurately, and advise you about the services and programs that are best for you and your loved ones.

211Ontario.ca is your connection to information about community and social services in the province of Ontario and we offer a direct link to Legalline.ca. It is your first stop for information about child care, language classes, job searches,housing, emergency shelters, services for persons with disabilities, home support, legal assistance, financial assistance, and much more.

Julie Demers, Bilingual Data Editor / Éditrice de données bilingue
211 Ottawa (Community Information Centre of Ottawa)


Please send 1,000 copies… we hand these out to our clients in our Employment Resource Centre.

Paul Chronowich, Ontario Works Liaison
Social Service Division, City of Toronto


We are a community office where people can come in to complete activities, research via internet, pick up pamphlets on government programs, etc. I was completing a web search and Legal Line was one of the links that came up… this is a wonderful service that you are offering. We will post the guides in our Resource Centre.

Patricia Claxton, Administrative Assistant
Job Directions


The Integrated Service Delivery Division of the Ontario MCBS has a mandate to provide the public with customer-focused, single window, accessible services. Under this mandate, MCBS has developed a web site that organizes information around events that occur in a person’s life, which is hosted on the government of Ontario’s central site. We would appreciate your assistance in keeping the link to your site relevant.

Melanie Goldhar, Acting Assistant Deputy Minister
Integrated Service Delivery Division
Ministry of Consumer and Business Services


We operate 2 employment resource centres (Prescott and Kemptville). Part of our mandate is to have available community resource information. Your Legal Guide covers so many areas, and offers so many contact numbers that our clients often need. it would be tremendously helpful if we have a large supply at each office. It is perfect.

Doris Giffin
Employment Consultant
South Grenville Employment Resource Centre


The ESIW is a community driven pilot project that is a centralized, coordinated and accessible resource for employment Service Providers in the Toronto North region. We deal with many different agencies that deal with many sectors of the population. We work closely with Employment Resource Centres, Job Finding clubs, and Assessment Centres. The information contained in the Legal Line Guide is invaluable when trying to refer people to appropriate services.

Judy Rupert
Information / Outreach Officer
Employment Services Information Warehouse (ESIW)


We stock your pamphlets in our resource centre and were wondering if you could please send more.

Barb Hyatt
Employment Resource Centre / Sarnia


We run a Food Bank and Community Resource Centre with an Information and Referral Program. The NYHFB is the primary food bank in northern Toronto, distributing 1.8 million pounds of food in 2012 through 60 community programs. Last year, families and individuals in northern Toronto received 170,000 food hampers through our network of neighbourhood food banks, community kitchens, perinatal programs for expecting mothers and new parents, shelters for women and youth, and drop-in meal programs. Our member agencies include social service agencies, community health centres, faith-based institutions, and volunteer-run organizations. How many of your legal flyers may we have ?

Joanne Weitzman
Agency Relations Assistant
North York Harvest Food Bank (NYHFB)


I first became aware of your Legal Line Guide when I was a delegate to the AMES conference. I immediately understood the value of this resource tool for my clients. I took as many copies of the guide as I could carry to leave with my fellow employment workers and case managers. Our supply is now exhausted. Please send us a box of 500. In Hamilton we have 3 co-located Resource Centre locations, with a total staff of approximately 100 case managers and 45 employment workers.

Pat Haughton
Employment Consulant, Social & Public Health Services Division
City of Hamilton


I picked up brochure in the Newmarket Employment Resource Centre… this would be an added service for our clients that are in need of legal assistance.

Denise Clarida
Case Manager & Employment Facilitator
United Way Member Agency


This Centre is funded by Human Resources Development Canada (HRDC). In our Resource Centre we provide computers with internet, photocopiers, fax machines, books and newspapers to assist our clients. We also have Employment Counselling and Employment Workshops. Please send 200 flyers.

Harmin Cheema
Administrative Assistant
Malton Training & Employment Centre


I would like to place an order for 4,500 free Legal Line Guides. I will have them placed throughout our nine (9) Human Resource Centres located in the Regions of Peel, Halton and Dufferin.

Gail Searle
Public Liaison Officer
Mississauga West Human Resource Centre (HRCC)


Please send me 100 copies of the Line Line poster for our Resource Centre. It’s loaded with a lot of great information.

Melanie Alderfer-Mowat, Employment Specialist
Caledon Community Services


Our office is located in the Tannery Mall in Newmarket and right beside our office is Human Resources Development Canada. I noticed your brochures and picked one up. I opened it right away and noticed a wealth of information so I called in and listened to some of your pre-recorded answers. Then I noticed the website and printed off some information. We have a resource centre and this will be a great resource to our clients and to the staff as well. You are providing a great amount of information and it is very easily accessible.

Cori Araujo, Administrative Assistant
Community Business Access Centre


I would like to request 3,000-5,000 access Guides for distribution within our seven (7) Human Resource Canada Centre management areas of the Greater Toronto Area.

Elaine Stina, Programs & Services Officer
Toronto Programs Group
Human Resources Development Canada


The QUEST was developed in partnership with Human Resources and Skills Development Canada and the Thames Valley District School Board. Opened in November 1999, the Centre has become a vital part of the community by providing resources and services which meet the varying needs of the more than 10,000 residents in the communities of Glencoe, Appin, Alvinston, Bothwell, Newbury, West Lorne and Rodney as well as the surrounding rural areas. We would appreciate having 500 flyers mailed to us, as a start.

Michelle Fletcher, Resource Assistant
The Quest Centre Community Initiatives


I have a very old copy of a fold up Legal Line brochure and it is worn out from good use. We have two (2) offices and we help people who are in the process of becoming an entrepreneur. Please mail us a box of your newest version.

Kim Fraser
Program Officer
Enterprise Renfrew County


As an arm of the Ontario government, SBEC’s provide entrepreneurs with all the tools they need to start and grow their businesses. Presently, there are 60 locations across the province. Our location assists on average 600-700 inquiries a month regarding small business programs and services. Your brochures would certainly act as a catalyst in ensuring that the small business legal inquiries are being answered to correctly and efficiently. Based on the volume of inquiries received at the SBC, I would like to ask that you forward as many brochures as you are capable of. If you have enough, perhaps I can make arrangements to receive 60 boxes, one for each location.

Candice Meredith, Business Advisor
Small Business Enterprise Centre (SBEC)


The Integrated Service Delivery Division of the Ontario MCBS has a mandate to provide the public with customer-focused, single window, accessible services. Under this mandate, MCBS has developed a web site that organizes information around events that occur in a person’s life, which is hosted on the government of Ontario’s central site. We would appreciate your assistance in keeping the link to your site relevant.

Melanie Goldhar, Acting Assistant Deputy Minister
Integrated Service Delivery Division
Ministry of Consumer and Business Services


We are co-located with Ontario Works. Our staff and our clients at HRDC find Legal Line to be an excellent service.

Sharon Charlebois
Employment & Insurance Officer
Human Resources Development Canada


We came across one of your brochures. We have a lot of small business owners that use our office to get help for business information. We think that your brochure will be a great resource…

Cindy James
Client Services Officer
Lanark-North Leeds Enterprise Centre

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