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Are you saying she is not getting what she paid for and that there is not the daily one on one counseling they promised?
If you are correct then they have breached their contract with your spouse and you can sue for a refund plus damages. If she cannot go back to teaching this year because of a delay in treatment because of their breach of their contract then your spouse would have a case to sue for damages as well.
I suggest you have a lawyer ready to send them a letter threatening a lawsuit and send that letter as soon as your spouse decides to withdraw from the program. But be sure your suspicions are correct or you won't be able to sue successfully.
I don't believe you would ever be able to sue the government successfully for recommending this place but see what the lawyer says who is actually going to be your lawyer.
I cannot make a recommendation but what you can do to find a lawyer is one of the following things.You can contact the Law Society and use their LawyerReferral Service. You will be given the name of a lawyer and canconsult with the lawyer and the first half hour will be free.The number is:1-***-***-****Or you can check on a site called lexpert. This is a legal directory of leading lawyers and law firms throughout Canada and is well-respected by the legal community.Here's the link to their website:http://www.lexpert.ca/Directory/DirectoryContent/FindLawyersOrFirm.aspx
The lawyer will likely require you to pay a retainer upfront but speak to several lawyers and see what you can work out.