Recorded on June 15, 2017, the Ontario government recently announced the details of its basic income pilot project, and low-income people living in the test areas will start being signed up soon.
Latest news happening in the settlement sector of Ontario.
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Legal Aid Ontario (LAO) is providing $100,000 of funding to a project headed by two GTA-based organizations to provide services to Black students facing suspension or expulsion hearings.
The Community Legal Clinic of York Region (CLCYR) and the Vaughan Community Health Centre (VCHC) have opened a new office to provide legal aid services to low-income Ontarians in the Vaughan area. This new satellite office, co-located with the Vaughan Community Health Centre, offers legal consultation to visitors and patients of the VCHC every Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m..
Starting July 1, legislation and regulation changes come into effect that aim to make life more convenient and affordable for people in Ontario, strengthen democratic institutions, and help build a fairer, more inclusive province.
The government of Ontario is helping to build a new facility in the Durham region that will provide a variety of services and supports for people under one roof.
The government of Ontario has launched a new program that aims to make it easier for community partners to offer health, social, cultural, recreational and other services for local residents in one spot.
The government of Ontario is taking steps to strengthen the quality and delivery of education in rural and Northern communities, with the aim to provide students with the best possible start in life and build a foundation for their future success.
Canada and Ontario turn 150 on July 1st, and the province is celebrating with festivities and events across the province.
The government of Ontario is providing more opportunities for newcomers and multicultural communities to succeed, with a new grant program focused on promoting diversity and reducing barriers to inclusion.
Ontario is launching a program to recognize communities across the province that have made outstanding progress to be inclusive and accessible for people of all ages.