Ontario's unemployment rate was 5.8 per cent in April 2017 - the lowest it has been since 2001.
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As part of the 2017 Budget, the provincial government is improving access to high-quality care for people living with dementia and their care partners.
As part of the 2017 Budget, the provincial government is boosting funding for mental health services and supports for people in Ontario.
Effective June 1st, 2017, the Refugee Protection Division (RPD) has designated claims for refugee protection from Afghanistan, Burundi, Egypt, and Yemen as eligible for processing under the Policy on the Expedited Processing of Refugee Claims by the Refugee Protection Division.
A new report by The Conference Board of Canada, Entrepreneur and Investor Immigration: Creating Jobs and Growth provides recommendations to help strengthen business immigration’s role in spurring Canada’s economic development.
The nomination deadline is midnight pacific time Canada Day, July 1, 2017. The nominations' committee will review all nominations and will recommend to the national committee the 150 Canadians who best represent the country, our diversity and the variety of stories about the difference and the progress we are making in mental health.
Applications are now being accepted for the Mental Health Commission of Canada’s (MHCC) SPARK training program. SPARK (Supporting the Promotion of Activated Research and Knowledge) was created in 2012 to increase the capacity for effective knowledge translation among people engaged in the mental health, problematic substance use and addictions fields.
Support for lower-income electricity consumers will increase by 50 per cent and more consumers will be eligible for assistance under changes to the Ontario Electricity Support Program (OESP), which take effect May 1, 2017.
Researchers have announced findings from the largest-ever combined sample of homeless youth in the United States and Canada, revealing that nearly one-fifth are victims of human trafficking, including those trafficked for sex, labor, or both.