The Governments of Canada and Ontario have announced more than $7 million to help survivors of human trafficking in Ontario through new transitional housing and rent assistance.
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Ontario is increasing the maximum fines for individuals and businesses that don't meet workplace health and safety standards.
Ontario supports 45 projects that aim to help end human trafficking and support survivors.
This report is based on the meeting hosted by Employment and Social Development Canada and the Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women & Children.
The Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour, announced a new pilot project that will develop mentorship initiatives to help highly skilled newcomers successfully find jobs that match their skills and training.
Everyone age 24 and under will be able to get their medications at no cost by simply showing their Ontario health card number and a prescription at a pharmacy.
Employment standards for when employees need more than 10 days off work because a family member is sick or for some other crisis.
Ontario is expanding access to palliative and end-of-life care for homeless people in Toronto.
Province releases the first Anti-Black Racism Strategy to eliminate disparities and improving outcomes for black communities.
Update on the province’s success in attracting immigrants.