Businesses and not-for-profit organizations in Ontario are required to comply with the accessibility standards set out in the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA). These rules are designed to ensure accessibility for the disabled. If a company or non-profit organization employs 20 people or more, it must submit an accessibility compliance report by […]
Young Canada Works in Both Official Languages An opportunity for employers Young Canada Works in Both Official Languages (YCWBOL) is a short-term employment program. Eligible employers can benefit from wage subsidies and access to a pool of talented young candidates with competitive skills. Program presentation. How do I apply? To apply, employers must : visit […]
Young Canada Works in Both Official Languages is a short-term youth employment financing program.
It’s an opportunity to gain valuable work experience in your first or second official language, anywhere in Canada.