This infographic sums up the statistical projections of languages in Canada from 2011 to 2036.
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The infographic Population projections, immigration and diversity, Canada and its regions – 2011 to 2036 presents some of the results from the publication Immigration and Diversity: Population Projections for Canada and its Regions, 2011 to 2036.
Neighbourhood Arts Network is has partnered with Toronto Arts Council (TAC) on a new granting program called the Newcomer and Refugee Artist Mentorship. The program provides opportunities for individual newcomer and refugee professional artists to be mentored in their artistic discipline.
Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) has reached an important settlement agreement resolving a complaint before the Canadian Human Rights Commission about its practice of collecting sex and gender information for the Social Insurance Number (SIN) program and the Social Insurance Register.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has now reached the number of private sponsorship applications for Syrian and Iraqi refugees allowed under the public policy. Applications received after reaching the limit will be returned.
Up to 220 households in rural Eastern Ontario will benefit from a Government of Canada investment to improve high-speed Internet service to underserved communities. This includes the townships of Rideau Lakes, Tay Valley, South Frontenac, and Leeds and the Thousand Islands.
The government of Ontario aims to help children and youth in communities across the province connect to local mental health services more easily by expanding online, smartphone and video resources that can provide immediate, specialized support when and where it is needed.
The government of Ontario aims to help students apply what they learn in the classroom to real-world challenges through a new fund that supports research and development projects.
The province will provide support to organizations creating innovative solutions to health and safety issues in today's changing workplace through its annual Occupational Health, Safety and Prevention Innovation Program (OHSPIP).
Tools for Community-Based Research is a 7-week course that incorporates self-directed education modules and live online discussion. The course goal is to get you ready to participate in and contribute to community-based research teams, especially those engaged with health research.