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Tenants: Last Resort Remedies

If you've tried to reduce or eliminate your exposure to second-hand smoke by sealing your unit, talking to your neighbour and/or landlord about the problem, but you're still being smoked out, perhaps it's time to take more drastic action.

Ask to break your lease without penalty

If you've had it with the smoke and you just want to get out of your apartment, consider asking your landlord to break the lease without penalty. More...

Apply to the Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board - www.ltb.on.ca

If you’ve taken all steps possible to try and resolve the problem of smoke infiltrating your home, and you are not satisfied that the landlord has taken reasonable steps to correct it, you have the option of applying to the Landlord and Tenant Board for adjudication. More...

Apply to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario - www.hrto.ca

If you have a disability or a health condition being made worse by exposure to second-hand smoke in your rental apartment, you may have grounds to apply to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. More...