The City of Toronto encourages residents to enjoy Family Day on Monday, February 20 by taking advantage of City-run recreation facilities and historic attractions.
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All Canadians are encouraged to share their perspectives through an anonymous online consultation open now until March 3, 2017.
The government of Ontario is providing support for people who have experienced sexual assault through a program that builds partnerships between community and justice partners, front-line victim service providers and police services across the province.
These three online resources are parts of the HealthForce Integration Research and Education for Internationally Educated Health Professionals (HIRE IEHPs) project funded by Health Canada.
The Minister of Families, Children and Social Development today has launched two initiatives to support the development of Canada’s Poverty Reduction Strategy: a nation-wide consultation process and a call for nominations for a ministerial advisory committee on poverty.
Employment in Ontario increased by 28,800 in January. This was bolstered by gains in manufacturing, finance, insurance, real estate, rental and leasing, and accommodation and food services sectors.
For newcomers to Canada for all or part of a tax year (January 1 to December 31), they need to do your taxes (file an income tax and benefit return) if they receive or want to receive certain benefits and credits, want to claim a refund, or have to pay tax. Everything they need to know is available at cra.gc.ca/newcomers.
The Long-Term Report on the Economy projects the province's population will grow from 14 million today to 17.8 million by 2040. This growth will significantly increase the demand for health care services, schools, transit and improved roads and bridges.