The Global Refugee Sponsorship Initiative brings together privately sponsored refugees, sponsor groups, leaders from civil society and business, international organizations and government representatives interested in replicating Canada’s private sponsorship model.
Latest news happening in the settlement sector of Ontario.
Here we post new publications (studies, reports), government notices and more.
The City Health Monitor examines and benchmarks the physical and socio-economic health of 10 metropolitan areas in Canada.
The government of Ontario is helping prevent and reduce homelessness in York Region, by increasing its investment to help families and individuals stay in their homes and get the housing they need.
Ontario aims to help 99 cities and towns across the province enhance and expand their transit systems, to reduce congestion, shorten commute times, and help people get to where they're going faster.
Ontario has launched a new online calculator to help students and their families find out quickly and easily whether they qualify for free tuition or other grants and supports from the province.
Statistics Canada has released a research report today on the income and mobility of immigrants in 2014.
A new study from the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario finds that attempts to manage the education, law, medicine, nursing, architecture and engineering professions have resulted in swings between under-supply of new entrants and over-supply of graduates.
The expansion will increase the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario's treatment capacity for children and youth with special needs and improve services for Francophone clients.
Ontario has passed legislation that aims to help patients and their families obtain better access to a more local and integrated health care system, improving the patient experience and delivering higher-quality care.
Ontario is supporting the construction of a new high school and community hub in Toronto, bringing modern learning facilities and community space to students and families in the Bloor-Dufferin neighbourhood.