A report that draws on the Statistics Canada 2016 Census and other new data sources to describe the hidden divide among Toronto children, youth and their families.
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Employers operating in Ontario have a legal duty to take steps to prevent and respond to sexual harassment.
Starting January 1, 2017, in certain circumstances, police must follow new rules about when and how they can ask someone to identify themselves.
Sample complaint form to know how to make a complaint about the Police
People with disabilities have a tough time getting hired, research elsewhere has shown. A new study now suggests that, when they do find jobs, they may be more vulnerable to workplace health and safety risks than their peers without disabilities.
Businesses looking to become investment-ready and attract private capital will find the support they need at the Northern Ontario Angels (NOA), a not-for-profit organization dedicated to facilitating connections between Northern Ontario entrepreneurs and accredited angel investors.
Ontario is moving forward with its plan to create fairness and opportunity for people across the province with the release of the 2017 Ontario Economic Outlook and Fiscal Review.
To support their efforts, the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science, announced today more than $265 million in funding for over 3,300 social sciences and humanities research projects across Canada.
As of December 3, 2017, pregnant workers will be able to claim the existing 15 weeks of EI maternity benefits as early as 12 weeks before the expected week of birth of the child, up from the current 8 weeks.
Ontario is partnering with small businesses to develop innovative technologies that will help government deliver better services and programs across the province.