New strategy focuses on prevention and early intervention to keep more families together.
Latest news happening in the settlement sector of Ontario.
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Community partners to lead design of new grant program.
The Government of Canada has been working closely with provinces and territories to ensure all families have access to affordable and high quality child care. The COVID-19 pandemic has created new challenges, including temporary closures and loss of critical revenue from placement fees, which have put the sector at risk.
Modern Facilities Will Strengthen Student Learning and Increase Access to Child Care.
Community Partners to Lead Local Public Safety Initiatives.
Legislative changes encourage negotiated settlements between tenants and landlords.
More Businesses and Services Across the Province Can Safely Reopen on Friday.
he Government of Canada is committed to improving the lives of hard working middle class families. That is why four years ago we launched the Canada Child Benefit (CCB), which was put more money in the pockets of 9 out of 10 Canadian families and ensured that children have the best start in life.
Even before the COVID-19 emergency, too many Canadians were victims of sexual violence, domestic violence, online child exploitation and human trafficking. In recent months the pandemic has created additional and unprecedented challenges for survivors of sexual and domestic violence and the organizations that serve them.
Recognizing the impact this ongoing service disruption has on applicants in Canada, IRCC has put in place until further notice a public policy to exempt temporary residence applicants applying from within Canada from having to give their biometrics.