Canadian Diversity is an research journal that focuses on questions of diversity, immigration, integration and multiculturalism.
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The REI aids internationally trained professional newcomers in finding local jobs and residence in rural communities in Ontario. Through creation of job opportunities the REI facilitates the movement of unemployed talented immigrants from the overburdened metropolitan GTA to the rural economies.
Effective April 1, 2017, about 140,000 more people will be eligible to receive the legal services they need, regardless of their ability to pay.
Ontario is increasing the general minimum wage to $11.60 this fall.
Ontario is expanding the mental health program at Queensway Carleton Hospital through the renovation of two floors and the construction of a new two-storey addition, increasing access to care and reducing wait times for people with mental illness in the Ottawa area.
The Minister of Children and Youth Services and Minister Responsible for Anti-Racism, held a roundtable discussion on March 21, 2017 with Black youth, community leaders and youth sector service providers to talk about the implementation of the Ontario Black Youth Action Plan.
Entrepreneurship programs have a more profound and long-term benefit for women and minorities than Caucasian men, according to research conducted by Laurina Zhang from the University of Western Ontario’s Ivey Business School and Elizabeth Lyons from the University of California, San Diego.
Lime Connect is a global not for profit organization that aims to rebrand disability through achievement. They do that by attracting, preparing, and connecting high potential university students and alumni who happen to have disabilities for scholarships, internships, The Lime Connect Fellowship Program, and full time careers with their corporate partners in the world's leading corporations.
The researchers draw together the research presented to address three questions of central interest. First, has inequality increased in -Canada? Although the question is bluntly phrased, the answer, as we will see, is in many ways nuanced. Second, what policy tools are available to affect inequality and how have they performed? Third, what should Canada do about inequality going forward?