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The Government is taking targeted action to support Canadians and Canadian businesses, non-profits and charities that continue to face uncertainty and economic challenges because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Public Health Agency of Canada is providing you with information to help your community prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
The Ontario government unveiled the “COVID-19 Response Framework: Keeping Ontario Safe and Open,” a new five-tiered, colour-coded system to help inform and regulate public health decisions related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development is pleased to inform you that Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS) is offering a free webinar on the COVID-19 Response Framework.
With Take Our Kids to Work day going virtual this year, the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) reminds workplaces that health and safety can still form part of their virtual programs.
The Mental Health Promotion in Immigrant and Refugee Serving Organizations Project is funded by Immigration Refugee Citizenship Canada (IRCC) through the Settlement Program Service Delivery Improvements Funding (SDI) Stream.
Launched in 2008, the Learn at Work website currently has an average of 30 courses running daily, with approximately 3,000 active participants in both our facilitated and self-directed formats.
The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) has launched a new customizable tool kit resource to help workplaces across Canada operate safely and prevent the spread of infection during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Conversation circles can be challenging. On the one hand, they can be interesting, fun and a wonderful learning experience.
This on-line curriculum resource corresponds to Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) 2000, the Canadian standards which describe a person’s ability to use the English language.