Recorded on June 15, 2017, this webinar is for low-income people living in all areas of Ontario, people who work with them at various community-based groups and agencies, and interested anti-poverty advocates.
Latest news happening in the settlement sector of Ontario.
Here we post new publications (studies, reports), government notices and more.
Recorded on June 14, 2017, this webinar is designed for community workers who help users find legal information. It covers Steps to Justice, CLEO's new website for helping clients find step-by-step information about common legal problems. It also outlines the difference between legal information and legal advice.
The government of Ontario is partnering with the Canadian Men's Health Foundation (CMHF), providing funding to encourage men to make small changes in their lives that can make a big difference to their health.
The Prime Minister has announced that the government will introduce legislation to make it possible to erase the convictions for Canadians who were found guilty under historical, unjust laws for sexual activity with a same sex partner.
Prime Minister of Canada has announced that Canada will host the next Women Deliver Conference, which will be held from June 3 to 6, 2019, in Vancouver, British Columbia.
As part of the Strategy, which includes four pillars, high-skilled workers coming to Canada on a temporary basis are now able to benefit from two-week processing of applications for work permits and, when necessary, temporary resident visas. Open work permits for spouses and study permits for dependants will also be processed in two weeks when applicable.
The new Ontario Autism Program aims to ensure autism services for children and youth are delivered consistently across the province, allow for flexibility and choice based on each child’s needs, and give families confidence in receiving quality services.
This ContactPoint website section lists a variety of resources linked to mentoring, including online resources, reports, organizations and programs.
Police-reported hate crimes targeting the Muslim population increased from 99 incidents in 2014 to 159 incidents in 2015, an increase of 61%.