On June 7, people in Ontario elect the next provincial government. In this ressource, On the Radar (CLEO) explaines what citizens need to do on election day to prove that they have the right to vote.
Latest news happening in the settlement sector of Ontario.
Here we post new publications (studies, reports), government notices and more.
The Government is investing $11 million in the Flexibility and Innovation in Apprenticeship Technical Training pilot project. This pilot funds third-party organizations to test innovative and flexible approaches to improve access to apprenticeship training and increase completion rates.
A video by the FCJ Refugee CENTRE which addresses the negative labels that newcomer youth are often painted with.
A guide to help understand child support in Canada.
Starting April 30, 2018, landlords of most private residential rental units – from individual landlords to property management companies – must use the the standard lease template for all new leases.
Ontario is improving health care for adults with developmental disabilities through new supports for primary care providers, including family doctors.
The guide was designed to be used by anyone in the workplace who supports workers with depression to cope with their depression symptoms while working, or to return to work following an episode of depression.
The Calgary Local Immigration Partnership undertook a Survey of Newcomers, which was the first of its kind done expressly for Calgary in several years. The purpose was to better understand why Calgarians who were born outside of Canada do or do not access Canadian settlement services during their migration process.
As of March 1 2018, businesses selling certain products or services can't phone people or come to their homes without being invited.
Ontario passed legislation today to increase transparency in hiring processes and give women more information when negotiating compensation that is equal to their male peers, making Ontario the first province in Canada to do so.