Ontario aims to support more than 1,200 pre-apprentices in 67 training programs this year, to help them gain job skills and experience, and prepare them for successful careers in the skilled trades.
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This award recognizes individuals, groups and employers who help promote immigrant success, economic growth, and inclusion in Ontario. The deadline is May 15, 2017.
There are three categories – Inclusion and Diversity, Cross-Cultural Understanding, and Business Leadership in Immigrant Employment.
The information includes answers to frequently asked questions on credit checks, credit scores and how to resolve any problems in these areas.
Finance Minister has tabled in the House of Commons the Budget Implementation Act, 2017, No. 1 (BIA 1), which implements measures announced in Budget 2017, Building a Strong Middle Class.
A new edition of Separation and Divorce: Child support is now available.
A new report, Future-proof: Preparing young Canadians for the future of work, found that 42 per cent of the Canadian labour force is at a high risk of being affected by automation in the next 10 to 20 years. Young Canadians are okay with that: they want to be the disruptors and make the future workforce more creative and productive.
RBC Future Launch is a 10-year initiative aimed to help young people gain access and opportunity to the skills, job experience and career networks needed for the future world of work.
The Ottawa Police Service (OPS) now provides the new option of reporting hate crimes using their online reporting system.
Ontario is boosting its support for students and families across the province by reducing class sizes, providing new support for students with special education needs, and ensuring labour stability for at least two more years.
Ontario is helping more than 100 non-profit organizations expand and improve their programs and services for more than 350,000 people and build stronger communities across the province.
One of the organizations the province is supporting is the Lakeside HOPE House. The support is aimed at helping more than 60 low-income people through its Circles ® program. Program volunteers help individuals and their families become more financially independent by offering emotional and practical support and connecting them to resources and training, for example preparing for job interviews.