Program of the Ontario Ministry of Labour, Training, and Skills Development that provides services to help job seekers, workers, and employers with advice, grants, and other services around public and private sector employment.
Provides temporary regular financial benefits to individuals who lose their jobs through no fault of their own (for example, due to shortage of work, seasonal or mass lay-offs) and are available for and able to work, but can't find a job; able-bod
NPAAMB is an Indigenous employment and training agency. It provides youth navigation as well as training and program support, plus services and referrals to the urban Indigenous youth population between the ages of 15 and 30.
Telephone line that provides general information about the Ontario Employment Standard Act.
This program does not provide legal advice.
Program assists people with disabilities in finding sustainable, competitive employment or to helping to realize self-employment. A person does not need to be in receipt of ODSP in order to be eligible for Employment Supports.
Through partnering organizations, Dundas Community Services offers free employment counselling, as well as individual and family counselling with fees geared to your income levels.
Provides legal services in the areas of:
Services to enable immigrants and refugees to integrate into Canadian society, including orientation programs, language and skills training to help facilitate employment, and programs to welcome newcomers to the community.
Provides day supports for adults with developmental disabilities with a focus on skill building, pre-employment opportunities and literacy skills. Pre-Employment training assists individuals with identify skills and interests, resume writing, int
Community legal clinic that deals primarily with immigration, tenant issues, social assistance, employment rights, human rights, and poverty law.
Most refugee cases are referred to Legal Aid.