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Legal Assistance

Links to sources of legal assistance.

Advocacy/Investigative Organizations

The John Howard Society is an organization working with incarcerated men, their families, victims of crime, and the community to address the root causes of crime.

The Elizabeth Fry Society of Manitoba provides services to women involved in the criminal justice system.

Mother's Against Drunk Driving - Winnipeg Chapter
 is an organization dedicated to stopping impaired driving and assisting victims of violent crime.

The Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth advocates and reviews public services in Manitoba to ensure they are meeting the needs of children, youth, and young adults.

The Manitoba Ombudsman's Office is for members of the public who are not satisfied with the response to their FIPPA requests, actions of government, or the privacy of their personal information.

Victim Services
is a government department providing support to the victims of crime.  The Victim Services Directory consists of a listing of agencies providing supports and services to victims of crime.

Legal Services


The King's Printer is a source for printed statutes, regulations, and other forms, including Court of KIng's Bench Forms.

Law Depot has free legal forms in a variety of areas.

Self Help Legal Resources

Information for Self Representing contains resources for individuals representing themselves in court.

National Self Represented Litigants Project (NSRLP) provides research and resources for self-represented litigants; enhances cooperation between self-represented litigants and the legal system.