The government of Ontario is launching two programs that will help social enterprises access the capital, training and expertise they need to grow and scale up their businesses.
Latest news happening in the settlement sector of Ontario.
Here we post new publications (studies, reports), government notices and more.
Ontario is celebrating the grand opening of a new Community Addiction and Mental Health Centre at the Cornwall Community Hospital, which will provide leading-edge mental health and addictions services for 1,000 more people each year.
Ontario is renewing its support for the province's successful community paramedicine program in the Cochrane, Manitoulin-Sudbury and Algoma districts. The program helps seniors and people living with chronic health conditions receive non-emergency care from a paramedic, often in their own home.
Twelve people and organizations from across Ontario have received the David C. Onley Award for Leadership in Accessibility.
To explore the diverse and evolving work and family experiences of women in Canada, the Vanier Institute of the Family has created A Snapshot of Women, Work and Family in Canada . This publication is a companion piece to Fifty Years of Women, Work and Family in Canada timeline, providing visually engaging data about the diverse work and family experiences of women across Canada.
The CBA Child Rights Toolkit has been developed to improve children's access to justice in Canada. It is for professionals working in legal and administrative decision-making who want to implement a child-rights based approach in practice and strengthen their advocacy for children.
This resource may be relevant to Settlement Workers in Schools. It is an Education Law Blog post that takes the reader through the process of appealing a discretionary suspension.
This resource may be relevant for frontline settlement professionals who have any clients undergoing a medical review for the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP).
A new online resource is available to Toronto Police Service members to connect the public to community resources, including mental-health services.
This month, the StatCan Blog once again turns over the writer's pen to a researcher, to shine the spotlight on temporary foreign workers who have become permanent residents in Canada.