The province will provide support to organizations creating innovative solutions to health and safety issues in today's changing workplace through its annual Occupational Health, Safety and Prevention Innovation Program (OHSPIP).
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The Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities has announced the approval of 573 Enabling Accessibility Fund (EAF) projects. The Minister highlighted how these projects will help strengthen the Government of Canada’s commitment to ensuring greater accessibility and opportunity for Canadians with disabilities in their communities and workplaces.
The Welcome Ontario - Syrian Refugee Assistance Information website has as its goal to bring together trustworthy information for those helping Syrian refugees settle in Ontario.
CERIC is today launching a new publication to help the more than 4 in 5 small- and medium-sized enterprises who worry about engaging and developing the talent to grow their businesses. Entitled Retain and Gain: Career Management for Small Business, this action-oriented Playbook enables small business owners and entrepreneurs to use career management as a strategic lever for stronger company performance.
OCASI has announced the launch of our provincial anti-Islamophobia campaign 'BreaktheBehaviour'. The campaign consists of two TV Ads which will be broadcast on Rogers, Shaw and CBC and can be seen our campaign website breakthebehaviour.ca. Visit and sign the pledge.
This brief survey by OCASI - Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants is geared toward frontline settlement workers serving refugee clients. However, all settlement sector professionals involved in refugee settlement are invited to provide input. The survey closes Friday, February 3, 2017.
The Ontario Trillium Foundation supports projects ranging from preserving Indigenous languages and cultural traditions, to helping people lead active lives or learn new job skills.
Ontario is improving support for people receiving social assistance by increasing the mileage rates for medical and business travel.
The Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration is now accepting nominations for the Order of Ontario Award. You can nominate a current or former resident of Ontario whose career has had a major impact on the province until March 31, 2017.
Following an increase of just 1.3 per cent last year, Canada’s economic growth is expected to accelerate to 1.9 per cent in 2017, according to The Conference Board of Canada’s Canadian Outlook: Winter 2017.