This website provides access to decisions and forms related to the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB). It also presents valuable information on appeals.
The Licence Appeal Tribunal is an adjudicative agency created on April 1, 2000 under the Licence Appeal Tribunal Act, 1999. The Tribunal’s mandate is to provide a fair, impartial and efficient means to appeal decisions concerning compensation claims and licensing activities regulated by several ministries of the provincial government. These include the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Children and Youth Services, the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services, the Ministry of Consumer Services, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, the Ministry of Transportation and the Ministry of the Attorney General. The Tribunal receives appeals, conducts hearings, resolves disputes and renders decisions on compensation claims and licensing activities regulated by these ministries.
The Ontario "e-laws" site contains current consolidations of most public statutes and their associated regulations, source law (annual statutes), historical versions of statutes with consolidated amendments, as well as selected constitutional and Imperial statutes. The site also provides links to the Ontario Gazette website as well as to bills on the legislative assembly website.
The branch of the Superior Court of Justice known as the Divisional Court is one of the busiest appellate Courts in Canada and is not a trial Court. Every judge of the Superior Court of Justice is also a judge of the Divisional Court. Appeals to the Divisional Court are generally heard in the judicial region where the matter originally arose.
The Divisional Court is the principal forum for judicial review of government action in the province of Ontario. The Divisional Court also hears statutory appeals from administrative tribunals in the province and some civil appeals as provided for under the Courts of Justice Act.