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Ministry of the Attorney General

COVID 19: Courts are not operating as usual. Do not go to court unless you have been told to attend. Ontarians can continue to access the justice system for urgent matters, including online. Consider online filing of civil claimssmall claims, or family law matters and filing by email at the Superior Court of Justice or the Ontario Court of Justice.

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February 25, 2021
Ontario Taking Steps to Make it Easier and Safer to Participate in Provincial Elections

TORONTO — The Ontario government is taking steps to make it easier and safer for people to vote, become a candidate and protect provincial elections against outside influence and interference. The Protecting Ontario Elections Act, 2021 would, if passed, help guard against threats such as the long-term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, under-regulated third-party advertising, irregular campaign spending and collusion.

February 19, 2021
New Justices Appointed to the Ontario Court of Justice

Attorney General Doug Downey announced the appointment of two new justices to the Ontario Court of Justice, effective March 4, 2021:

February 19, 2021
New Associate Chief Justice Appointed to the Ontario Court of Justice

Attorney General Doug Downey announced the appointment of a new Associate Chief Justice to the Ontario Court of Justice, effective June 3, 2021.

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Applications for divorce under the federal Civil Marriage Act
On an interim basis, Civil Marriage Act divorce applications for non-residents married in Ontario will be accepted at any family counter of the Superior Court of Justice. Learn more.