Latest Events

Below are Settlement Sector events happening in Ontario.

Webinar 3: Human Trafficking - a Law Enforcement Officer's Perspective

Join us for the third webinar in a series that will give you the opportunity to connect live with subject matter experts specialising in the industry-specific topics addressed by the four new training modules of the "Online Initiative to Address Human Trafficking". During the webinars, you will listen to the presenter’s capturing story and have the opportunity to ask your own personal question and participate in intercative polls.

Webinar 3:

Human Trafficking: a Law Enforcement Officer's Perspective

Presenter: Debbie Pond

Start date: 
January 27, 2017

Webinar - Transitioning from Refugee Sponsorship to Month 13 for Refugees Sponsored under the GAR, BVOR and PSR Programs

OCASI - Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants in partnership with Refugee Training and Sponsorship Program is pleased to offer webinar on Transitioning from Refugee Sponsorship to Month 13 for Refugees Sponsored under the GAR, BVOR and PSR Programs.

Start date: 
March 21, 2017

Webinar - Transitioning from Refugee Sponsorship to Month 13 for Refugees Sponsored under the GAR, BVOR and PSR Programs

OCASI - Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants in partnership with Refugee Training and Sponsorship Program is pleased to offer webinar on Transitioning from Refugee Sponsorship to Month 13 for Refugees Sponsored under the GAR, BVOR and PSR Programs.

Start date: 
March 2, 2017

Webinar - Transitioning from Refugee Sponsorship to Month 13 for Refugees Sponsored under the GAR, BVOR and PSR Programs

OCASI - Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants in partnership with Refugee Training and Sponsorship Program is pleased to offer webinar on Transitioning from Refugee Sponsorship to Month 13 for Refugees Sponsored under the GAR, BVOR and PSR Programs.

Start date: 
February 9, 2017

Poverty in Peel: Is it Effectively Addressed for All?

In its 2015 study titled “What are the Hardest Places to live in Canada”, which examined several socio-economic indicators, such as median household income, level of education, food insecurity, and unemployment rate, the Mowat Centre ranked Peel Region as the 12th best place to live out of 117 regions in Canada.(1) This ranking paints a picture of a region whose communities are thriving.

Start date: 
January 26, 2017