3. Learn how you can appeal an OW decision
The Ontario Human Rights Commission has released their latest take on mandatory vaccines, passports and testing, here: http://www.ohrc.on.ca/en/news_centre/ohrc-policy-statement-covid-19-vaccine-mandates-and-proof-vaccine-certificates. In light of this update, and the new directives that the Province released a few weeks ago, we are in the process of updating our covid testing content. Please re-visit the site to access the updated content when it is available.
Question & AnswerMy adult child lives with me. Can this affect my OW?
If Ontario Works (OW) makes a decision that you don’t agree with, you may be able to appeal the decision.
Ask OW for the decision in writing right away.
To appeal, the first thing you have to do is write to the OW office that made the decision and ask for an .
After you’ve asked for an internal review, you can appeal to the .
The Tribunal isn’t part of OW. It has the power to make a different decision.
Talk to a community legal clinic if you disagree with the OW decision. They may be able to help you appeal the decision.