Ontario introduced legislation to create more opportunity and security for workers through its plan for Fair Workplaces and Better Jobs, including hiking the minimum wage, ensuring part-time workers are paid the same hourly wage as full-time workers, introducing paid sick days for every worker and stepping up enforcement of employment laws.
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The government of Ontario has passed legislation that aims to increase housing affordability for people in the Greater Golden Horseshoe and reduce the cost of public transit for seniors across the province.
Starting in September, more than 50,000 students will be enrolled in almost 1,900 Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) programs that allow them to focus on a career path that matches their skills and interests, while meeting the requirements of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma.
The government of Ontario is launching a new strategy to connect more people with disabilities to rewarding jobs and more employers to new talent to help grow their businesses.
The government of Ontario passed legislation today that will lower electricity bills by 25 per cent on average for all residential customers.
Recorded on May 29, 2017, this webinar in the Family Law Education for Women (FLEW) series discusses the different types of immigration status for non-citizen women in Canada and how status may be affected by their partner and the breakdown of their relationship.
Ontario has a plan for Fair Workplaces and Better Jobs. This includes hiking the minimum wage, ensuring part-time workers are paid the same hourly wage as full-time workers, introducing paid sick days for every worker and stepping up enforcement of employment laws.
Today, Ontario passed legislation to empower municipalities to be more open, accountable and flexible in responding to the needs of residents.
The government of Ontario has reinforced its zero tolerance policy on the sexual abuse of patients by any regulated health professional, and implemented new programs and policies to keep people healthy.
The Women’s Justice Access Project, a collaborative effort between CAMH’s Provincial System Support Program (PSSP) and 10 community partners, is bringing free legal supports to the Toronto’s Fred Victor 24-Hour Women’s Drop-in.