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The CLA Women’s Committee wants to support our members and assist them in managing the negative impacts of the new Omicron wave.

The CLA Women’s Committee wants to support our members and assist them in managing the negative impacts of the new Omicron wave. Things are changing rapidly daily as many more individuals are becoming infected. We are here for you.


As the Omicron spread continues, changes have been made regarding the measures governments have taken to address it. Earlier today, the Government of Ontario announced that, following the winter break, all Ontario schools will be closed to students for two weeks. This is a change from their previous message on December 31, 2021 where students were to return to in-person learning on January 5. We understand that for parents and caregivers this pivot (with very little warning) will present many challenges. 


We wanted to provide a point of contact to discuss concerns if you are a caregiver (male, female or non-binary) experiencing issues with accommodation by the courts or judiciary as we adapt to work from home arrangements. Please email [email protected] should you need assistance.


The CLA Women’s Committee will continue to advocate for caregivers with the Crown’s offices, judiciary, and other stakeholders during this time. Stay tuned for more information from us on how we can work together to navigate this lock down together.

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