The new Human Services website organizes information by topic, eliminating the need for users to navigate for information in various areas of the City's website.
Latest news happening in the settlement sector of Ontario.
Here we post new publications (studies, reports), government notices and more.
Ontario is establishing a Patient and Family Advisory Council to advise government on health priorities that have an impact on patient care and patient experiences in Ontario.
The government has responded to the sixth report of the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration, entitled Distress Call: How Canada's Immigration Program can Respond to Reach the Displaced and Most Vulnerable is now available from the Parliament of Canada website.
The Ontario ministry of Health and Long-term Care has announced the opening of a new Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) clinic and the expansion of inherited metabolic disorders and red blood cell disorders clinics.
This new study compares the characteristics and labour market outcomes of immigrant women who arrived in Canada as the spouse of an economic immigrant principal applicant or as a family-class immigrant.
Ontario is recognizing three young leaders with the 2016 Lincoln M. Alexander Award for their outstanding efforts to end racial discrimination and promote positive social change.
Canadians with low incomes are missing out on important income boosting opportunities because they do not tax file.
To find out why, Prosper Canada surveyed over 300 practitioners and experts who work with people living on low incomes This infographic sums up the highlights of the results.
The City of Toronto is requesting input from residents and other members of the public through an online survey that will help determine how and when the City makes information available in languages other than English.