This resource may be useful for settlement staff working in mental health and psychosocial support programmes.
Latest news happening in the settlement sector of Ontario.
Here we post new publications (studies, reports), government notices and more.
In March 2017, the Immigration Appeal Division (IAD) will be launching a six-month Remote Testimony by Videoconference Pilot Project in its Central (Toronto) regional office to provide counsel with the opportunity to use videoconferencing services to have appellants, applicants or other witnesses testify in selected sponsorship or residency obligation appeals.
Two out of three Canadians have a friend or family member affected by dementia. Innovative approaches to support those living with dementia and their caregivers can greatly improve their quality of life.
This initiative aims to help improve Canadians' food skills and support healthy eating habits by empowering and educating kids, parents and families to develop practical knowledge and experiences related to planning, preparing and cooking healthy meals and snacks.
This online resource outlines these new rules, describes what people are expected to do to get spousal support, and has other information about getting child and spousal support when on social assistance.
Available in French and English, this free, easy-to-navigate platform allows public, private and community-based groups engaged in financial education to design their own tailor-made evaluation plans.
The new Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment (MLSE) LaunchPad is a place where youth in Toronto facing barriers use sport to recognize and reach their potential.
Officers who are conducting assessments of foreign nationals who are citizens of Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia, Yemen and Iraq and who are seeking to travel to the United States from Canada but are refused entry due to the U.S. Executive Order entitled “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States” may consider issuing a short-term temporary resident permit lasting up to 180 days.
If you’re planning any protesting, marching, or demonstrating, be safe, be careful, and know your rights. Click here to download a 1-page pdf that outlines your rights and responsibilities at protests in Canada.