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  • ...ndbooks, reporting forms, research and publications related to SWIS-funded agencies. ...and Operations Committees]]: This manual provides an overview of the roles and responsibilities of the SWIS Steering Committe - 2003.
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  • ...will continue to meet through telephone conferences on a bi-monthly basis and the convening of the meetings will be rotated among group members. ...ations including [[Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants]], TRIEC and the [[Maytree Foundation]].
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  • .../en/professions/index.php Regulatory bodies] control access to professions and trades. Voluntary professional bodies or associations offer training, networking and credentialing opportunities. The occupations they represent are often unreg
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  • ...nd Immigration Canada]] (CIC) and/or the [[Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration]] (MCI). ...th the most current information and tools to deliver innovative, effective programs.
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  • ...Newcomer Services In The Greater Toronto Area: An Exploration Of The Range And Funding Sources Of Settlement Services" - CERIS [http://www.ceris.metropoli * permanent residents and citizens of Canada;
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  • {{Document | AuthorOrg=Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI) | Link=http://atwork.settlement.org/downloads/at ...ion between immigrants and the larger society is crucial to the well-being and growth of the country.
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  • ...arriers that newcomer youth face as they navigate through their adjustment and settlement processes.</div> ...immigrant, with 36% (390,800) representing immigrant and refugee children and youth 24 years of age or under (Statistics Canada, 2006).
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  • {{Document | AuthorOrg=Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI) | Link=http://atwork.settlement.org/downloads/at ...ion between immigrants and the larger society is crucial to the well-being and growth of the country.
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  • ...reproduced with the permission of the Centre for International Migration and Settlement Studies (CIMSS). ''' ...nent residents will continue to range from 240,000 to 265,000 (Citizenship and Immigration Canada 2009).
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  • {{Document | AuthorOrg=Policy Analyst, NHQ - Integration, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) | AuthorName=Adrienne Smith | Link=http://integrat ...s (SPOs), which are a crucial partner in delivering settlement programming and addressing the needs of newcomers.
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  • ...es in your classroom in 2010? Kate Cushing has been teaching for 30 years? and she?s still having fun. How does she do it? By using the element of surpris ...rimenting with non-ESL materials to generate lesson plans. Kate uses drama and other creative sources to bring a fresh attitude to learning about everyday
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  • ...d the third year in which the program has been offered in Ontario schools. And, this year alone, over 1,500 newly arrived students participated. ...es (RRDR). To [http://www.carleton.ca/rrdr/INSCAN.html subscribe to INSCAN and view its past issues, please visit: the INSCAN website]. To access complete
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  • ...f facilitating the social, cultural and economic integration of immigrants and refugees into Canada through language instruction in either English or Fren ...ndbooks, reporting forms, research and publications related to ISAP-funded agencies.
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  • ...g the Internet as a Human Services Provider'' workshop provided by [[CIT]] and [[OCASI]]. [[ShelterNet]] provides a listing of shelters for abused women and children throughout Canada. Information is compiled from the National Clear
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  • ...es (RRDR). To [http://www.carleton.ca/rrdr/INSCAN.html subscribe to INSCAN and view its past issues, please visit: the INSCAN website]. ...(Harwood 2006, pp. 12-16). The Toronto Public Library lists library terms and their definitions in the "Multicultural Resources" section of its Web site
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  • Recently, [[Citizenship and Immigration Canada]] (CIC) sent a letter to all agencies they fund, outlining a '''new Communications Protocol'''that has been incor ...blic events, press releases and/or other mechanisms, regarding the funding and outcomes of the project.
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  • <b>Rules and regulations are always changing, please confirm all details with your CIC P ...what occasional child care is, the requirements for setting such care up, and how to operate an occasional child care program, if you choose to implement
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  • '''Session Notes and Presentation Files'''' *Plenary and Panel - Wednesday, March 27, 2008
    29 KB (4,107 words) - 11:35, 26 September 2012
  • ...nd Immigration Canada, that would develop tools for the shared use of Host Programs in the province, notably: ...rdination Project. Particular focus was on developing a Host training plan and piloting network training events.
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  • ...nt and refugee serving sector about gender issues, and encourages agencies and workers to incorporate gender analysis into their work. ...n a complex political and practical issue and and created a simple, useful and easy to digest tool kit.
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