A factsheet with information about how human rights are protected in Canada, who is covered by human rights laws, what human rights have to do with work, what workplace discrimination and harassment are, how to make a complaint, what the duty to accommodate is, and more.
Latest resources in the settlement sector of Ontario.
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This factsheet has information about what the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act (WSIA) is, who is covered by it, what to do when there's an injury at work, when to make a claim, and how to get help with a claim.
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.
A review of the barriers to employment for people with disabilities.
Reports caution that the proportion of LGBTQ2S youth experiencing homelessness may be much higher, given that many LGBTQ2S youth do not access shelters due to homophobia and transphobia and that many shelters do not collect data regarding sexual orientation and gender identity.
Statistics on domestic violence provided by the Ministry of the Status of Women (MSW).
Human rights laws give people the right to live free from discrimination. Harassment that goes against a worker's human rights is a form of discrimination.
The Government lowers the processing fees for minors applying for Canadian Citizenship.
Learn about the rules for the Ontario Works (OW) and the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) for couples.
By the year 2020, depression will be the second leading cause of disability worldwide. What programs can workplaces offer to help employees stay at work while experiencing symptoms, or return to work after a depression-related absence? Watch the slidecast...