As of August 10, 2017, women with a valid health card and prescription from their doctor or nurse practitioner will be able to get the drug for free at participating pharmacies across the province.
Latest news happening in the settlement sector of Ontario.
Here we post new publications (studies, reports), government notices and more.
The City of Toronto, the David Cornfield Melanoma Fund and the Douglas Wright Foundation have partnered on a public health pilot project to provide free sunscreen in select City parks.
The August 2017 issue of the Pathways to Prosperity eBulletin is now available in English and French.
This Ontario government webpage explains the difference between an employee and an independent contractor in Ontario and what you’re entitled to under the Employment Standards Act.
Based on 2016 Census data, the following infographic provides a portrait of immigrant languages in Canada.
These recorded webinar series dive into the different facets of preparing to have a successful career in the tech field. Meet with experts as they share what skills are needed beyond the technical ones obtained in Cisco Networking Academy courses.
The aim of the new ministry is to promote the use of a Francophone lens to strengthen French-language services across health care, court services and postsecondary education.
The pilot Start-up Visa Program expires on March 31, 2018. In the months ahead, IRCC plans to work to finalize regulations for the permanent program in order to have a seamless transition from the pilot.
Today, Statistics Canada released the third round of data from the 2016 Census of Population. The data and insights on families, households, marital status and language show Canadian families from a variety of perspectives and provide insight on topics like the diverse family situations of children, same-sex couples in Canada, the languages Canadians speak and linguistic diversity.
This paper seeks to identify who would benefit from the $15 minimum wage in Ontario. Who would get a raise? It updates previous work on a $15 an hour minimum wage in Ontario.