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Procedural fairness is, or should be, a fundamental principle of administrative law, the law that regulates state (in Canada, provincial, territorial and federal) agencies. Procedural fairness requires, at a minimum, that a person be consulted before a final decision that will impact them is made.
Collected here are links to the current rules, practice directions and guidelines of the more important tribunals in Ontario. Links to tribunal decisions published on CanLII can be found here as well.