In order to give the same chance to all Canadians who are interested in applying to sponsor their parents or grandparents, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) heard former applicants and is making changes to improve how people can apply to this program.
Latest news happening in the settlement sector of Ontario.
Here we post new publications (studies, reports), government notices and more.
Access Alliance has recently created an online Knowledge Sharing and Networking (KN) Hub on refugee research to facilitate collaboration and synergy between current (or recently completed) research projects on refugees in Canada, particularly those focused on Syrian refugee community.
The University of Ottawa Refugee Assistance Project (UORAP) has developed a set of print and video resources in English and French on how to help refugee claimants prepare for their refugee hearing.
Recorded on October 14, 2016, this 96-minute webinar explores some of the reasons people support a basic income program, some of the benefits, risks, and opportunities that it could bring, and the 6 key questions that people on social assistance and their allies should ask when examining a proposal for a basic income program.
The provincial government has released a report from Hugh Segal, the Special Advisor on Basic Income.
Ontario is helping to provide access to justice for people who may have been wrongfully convicted of a crime and cannot afford legal representation.
In order to prevent unnecessary hardship and instability for both workers and employers, the four-year cumulative duration rule will no longer apply to temporary foreign workers in Canada, effective immediately.
In this webinar recording, Andrew Pitt, Product Manager at Rogers Communications, shares job search advice for internationally-trained IT professionals.
In this online interactive career map, you can click on a career path to explore your options. Find answers to questions such as: what skills you need, how to break into the industry, how much money you can make, what type of personality suits the role, etc.
The City Health Monitor examines and benchmarks the physical and socio-economic health of 10 metropolitan areas in Canada.