The Ontario government has announced that Ontario has allocated 5,000 new long-term care (LTC) beds across the province.
Latest news happening in the settlement sector of Ontario.
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Municipalities will have the ability to require that affordable units are created in new residential developments.
The new policy on medical inadmissibility strikes a balance between protecting publicly funded health and social services and updating the policy to bring it in line with current views on the inclusion of persons with disabilities.
To evict a tenant, a landlord must follow certain steps set out in the Residential Tenancies Act (RTA).
Ontario has eliminated the fees that businesses have to pay to access procurement contracts.
Ontario's 2018 Budget makes more than $3.3 billion in additional investments to support seniors and caregivers over the next three year.
The Digital Literacy + Coding Pilot will provide up to 1,000 youth with valuable new skills in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields, equipping them with in-demand skills employers are looking for. It will be delivered in five cities across the province: Belleville, Hamilton, London, Sudbury and Toronto.
OCASI Professional Education and Training Project (PET) provides financial support to frontline settlement service providers to assist with organizational capacity building.
The Migrant Workers Centre (MWC) published its report that presents the research project’s findings along with recommendations for systemic solutions to enhance migrant workers’ access to justice through increased access to legal information and services in British Columbia.
The Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage presented its tenth report after studying Systemic Racism and Religious Discrimination.