A study by the Institute for Work & Health examines the labour market experiences of newcomers to Canada and identifies a key role for settlement agencies.
Latest news happening in the settlement sector of Ontario.
Here we post new publications (studies, reports), government notices and more.
Ontario aims to tackle pay transparency as part of a broad new strategy to advance women's economic empowerment and build fairer, better workplaces.
A review of the barriers to employment for people with disabilities.
Ontario is improving services and supports for Ottawa-area survivors of domestic and sexual violence as part of It's Never Okay: Ontario's Gender-Based Violence Strategy.
Premier Kathleen Wynne today announced Ontario's plan to make prescription drugs free for people 65 and over, ensuring millions of people can afford the care they need during this period of economic change and uncertainty.
The new law aims to build a province where all people feel safer and more protected in their homes and communities by passing comprehensive community safety legislation.
On April 1, 2018, Ontario will become the first jurisdiction in North America to mandate equal pay for equal work between casual, part-time, temporary and seasonal workers, and full-time or permanent workers.
Calls to Ontario’s employment standards hotline double following January wage increase.
Ontario give workers the right to up to 17 weeks off, including five days of paid leave when they or their children experience or are threatened with domestic or sexual violence.
Statistics on domestic violence provided by the Ministry of the Status of Women (MSW).