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Making an Application

The Ontario Labour Relations Board accepts applications in a wide variety of matters, relating to a number of different pieces of legislation.

Applications are generally commenced by completing the appropriate form. Board forms require an applicant to provide their name, address, telephone and facsimile numbers; the name, address, telephone and facsimile numbers of their representative; the name, address, telephone and facsimile numbers of the party against which they are filing their particular application, as well as the same information for any person or institution the applicant believes might be affected by the application.

Application packages, including forms, the Board’s Rules of Procedure, easy-to-understand tables for each type of application, and Information Bulletins are available from the Board’s offices at 505 University Avenue, 2nd Floor, Toronto, Ontario, M5G 2P1, by telephone (416-326-7500) or on this web site.  Please note that all of the above are available in both English and French.

Applicants should read the entire package provided by the Board before completing the forms. The packages and the Rules direct parties to complete the forms as fully as possible, explain how and when to deliver materials to the other parties, and describe in what manner and method applications are to be filed with the Board. Further, the packages tell parties what materials the Board needs at the outset of an application, and what may be delivered and filed at a later date.

Please remember that the more information you provide at the outset, the more smoothly and quickly the matter can be processed. If you do not provide sufficient information, your application may not be processed, or may be delayed.

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Toronto, Ontario M5G 2P1
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