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* [[Refugees#Further_Reading | Resettling Refugees: Canada’s Humanitarian Commitments]]
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* [[Settlement_and_Employment#Best_Practices/Practical_Guides | What You Should Know About the Ontario Employment Standards Act]]
 
* [[Immigration_Status#Immigration_Programs_and_Acronyms | Express Entry at a Glance Infographic]]
 
* [[Immigration_Status#Immigration_Programs_and_Acronyms | Express Entry at a Glance Infographic]]
 
* [[Women#Courses/Training | Understanding and Responding to Sexual Violence in Immigrant and Refugee Communities (Self-directed Online Training)]]
 
* [[Women#Courses/Training | Understanding and Responding to Sexual Violence in Immigrant and Refugee Communities (Self-directed Online Training)]]

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SettlementAtWork Wiki

Connect and collaborate with your colleagues in the Ontario Immigrant-serving Sector. Find great resources and share your own.

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A community has coalesced online to share and discuss timely and relevant topics and information about Canadian immigration.

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A directory of interpretation service providers and interpreter trainers; Sample policies; Promising practices and more.

Orientation to Ontario

The pilot initiative is designed to ease the transition of newcomers by providing access to standardized information about settling in Ontario.

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