Ministry of the Attorney General
Have you received a jury questionnaire in the mail? Find out more about the jury process.
The ministry is working with key justice partners to improve access to justice across Ontario.
An interactive tool to help you find the location of your nearest courthouse, types of court held at that location, contact information, directions and available accessibility features.
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Ottawa Courthouse Pilot Strengthens Access to Justice in French
Ontario is making it easier for French-speaking people in the Ottawa region to access French-language justice services.
New Judges Appointed to the Ontario Court of Justice
Ontario has appointed two new judges to the Ontario Court of Justice, effective October 18, 2017.
Protecting a Woman's Right to Choose
Ontario is protecting a woman's right to choose and access abortion services without fear of interference, intimidation or harassment.
The Independent Police Oversight Review report contains recommendations to government on ways to transform police oversight in Ontario so it is more transparent, accountable and has the confidence of both the public and the police. Send us your feedback by May 20, 2017. Tell us what you think.
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.
- Civil Cases - Suing and being sued
- Small Claims Court
- Jury Duty
- Separation and divorce
- Becoming a justice of the peace
- Find a lawyer using Legal Aid
- Powers of Attorney
- Commissioner for Taking Affidavits and Non-Lawyer Notary Public Appointments
- Dog owner liability / pit bulls
- Online system for traffic and other infractions – public consultation