Also known as agencies, boards or commissions, in Ontario administrative tribunals are agencies independent of the provincial government and responsible for dispute resolution between citizens of the province and the government of Ontario.
Administrative tribunals have significant authority in many public sectors. Although most ministries of the provincial government have jurisdiction over their own administrative tribunals, it is important to know that said tribunals are independent and neutral from their respective ministries. Some examples are Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO), Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB), Ontario Human Rights Commission and more.
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