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Non-profit organization with the goal of helping people with any type of disability gain and retain employment.

A social enterprise that helps people overcome employment barriers, and works with both individuals and employers to find employment solutions.

A Francophone College offering post secondary programs, employability services, immigrant integration services and related services for local businesses and community and French as a second language.

Administers the Canadian Human Rights Act which prohibits discrimination on the grounds of race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, genetic characteristics, family status, gender identity and expression, marital status, disability and pardoned conviction.

Eatery serving affordable home made food and a venue for exchanging ideas. Proceeds are used to facilitate local educational community initiatives such as a homework club, a youth employment program, eating well workshops, kitchen skills training and other skills training opportunities.

The John Howard Society offers direct service to individuals who are or are at risk of becoming involved with the criminal justice system, and their families. Services include multiple programs for youth, adults, community programs and employment programs.

Regional office provides information about comprehensive programs and services for people with disabilities. Information on fundraising and volunteer opportunities, speaking engagements, recreation and leisure opportunities for people with disabilities and advocacy.

Assists people with disabilities to ease their daily living, accessibility and employment issues.

Provides professional development, promotion and recognition of communications and professional public relations practitioners in Hamilton, Halton, Niagara and Southwestern Ontario.

This organization offers meetings, events and awards. It has an annual membership with benefits, including access to professional development opportunities.

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Providing specialized residential services, care and support to individuals over 18 years of age with developmental disabilities, challenging behaviors and mental health issues * residential services are located in a central administration and recreation building in downtown Oakville * operates eight homes in the communities of Oakville, Burlington, Mississauga, Halton Hills and Georgetown * elected volunteer board of directors is responsible for the governance of the organization