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Useful Resource by the Human Resources Professional's Association of Ontario (HRPAO)

Hi all: FYI - the Human Resources Professional's Association of Ontario (HRPAO) has a valuable resource you may be interested in. Looking for HR Volunteers? Continue Reading…

New federal housing policy = good jobs, good investment, good homes

Earlier this week, CIBC World Markets one of Canada's biggest bankers delivered an important assessment of the Canadian jobs market over the past decade. The Continue Reading…

Celebrate Canada Funding

The Department of Canadian Heritage is seeking funding applications for 2006 Celebrate Canada! activities. Celebrate Canada!is an annual 11-day celebration of Continue Reading…

Safer, healthier housing for Toronto

Extreme heat kills and smog kills. Toronto's Medical Officer of Health has reported that, in an average year, 120 Torontonians die prematurely from heat, and Continue Reading…

LA ruling bars homeless sweeps as TO gets set to count

Toronto will launch its first-ever homeless count and street needs assessment on April 19, just days after a Ninth Circuit Appeals Court ruling in California Continue Reading…

Fed budget delivers housing dollars

Wellesley update: Federal budget 2006 and housing Federal Finance Minister James Flaherty delivered the first budget of the Conservative minority government on Continue Reading…

Bill C-13

The federal finance committee is holding public hearings on Bill C-13, which is the legislation that implements much of the recent federal budget. Politically, Continue Reading…

Canada fails on international stage

Canada has been under strong scrutiny in recent days as the United Nations looks at how well the federal government is meeting its international Continue Reading…

Powerful energy at WUFIII

There was a powerful energy on day one (June 19) of World Urban Forum III. Joining with literally thousands of people from around the world is exciting, but the Continue Reading…

World Urban Forum (Vancouver) – day two

It's day two at World Urban Forum III in Vancouver. As the Wellesley Institute's representative, I'm meeting colleagues working on housing, health and other Continue Reading…