Welcome to The JUR-ED FOUNDATION! We seek to advance education, provide research, and offer activities related to  the practice of law and legal rights in Ontario.

Bienvenue à la fondation ED-JUR, un charité sur l’éducation juridique qui est s’organise pour promouvoir les ateliers et recherche sur le droit et l’éducation.


The Jur-Ed Foundation is a charity founded in the early 1970s in Toronto, Ontario, and is devoted to promoting legal education. We look to partner with progressive organizations doing work to benefit the communities, as well as remaining devoted to work demystifying legal systems and structures. Past campaigns have included translating materials for the Immigrant Legal Committee of the Law Union of Ontario and supporting a People’s Commission into the tragic death of Dudley George at Ipperwash Provincial Park.

If you are interested in supporting our mandate, our Charity Business number is 119240075RR0001 and you can contribute by visiting our website at CanadaHelps.org.  Otherwise, you can reach us at our information below –

Pour faire un don à ED-JUR, SVP acceder notre site de web sur CanadaHelps.org ou également nous écrire à notre addresse postale ici-bas. Un chèque devrait être rédigé avec notre nom anglais, JUR-ED Foundation. Merci de votre compréhension.

Fax and Phone –  (416) 876-0844


Take a look at our most recent podcast episode below, or go above to check out our past offerings!

Upcoming Live Podcast Event: Responses to Homelessness in the Time of Covid19

  Poster – Responses to Homelessness 20200818 Webinar: Responses to Homelessness in the Time of COVID19 Tuesday, August 18, 2020 12PM EDT Register on Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_l5OIO1fuTAmSJvdI1nPyZg Registration is Free. Recommended donation is $20. Please send donations to Jur-Ed Foundation ‌@ https://‌www.canadahelps.org/‌en/charities/‌jur-ed-foundation/ Donations will be applied toward legal education (including covering the costs of this webinar) …

JUR-ED EPISODE 11: Prison Abolition in a Pandemic

Listen to the Episode here Hello and welcome back to the JUR-ED podcast. The material today comes from an ongoing Webinar series, CONTAIN COVID, NOT PEOPLE: a collaboration between the Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy at Ryerson; Toronto Prisoners’ Rights Project; the Criminalization and Punishment Education Project, and Pasan. This collaboration is called the …

Top Ten Cited Coronavirus Cases in Canada (plus honourable / dishonourable mentions)

So you may be thinking, how does the pandemic affect a legal matter? This question is different in each province, in each jurisdiction, and varies by area of law. And even in one place in one area of law, it changes day by day. But one way to determine the guidance decision makers are following …


This is a contact page with some basic contact information and a contact form. Note you can also write us directly at juredfoundation@gmail.com