World Cancer Day, The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation’s #NoHairSelfie global fundraising campaign is expected to inspire thousands of hair-ticipants to actually or virtually shave their heads in solidarity with cancer patients.
Ontario is supporting growth in high-demand jobs by introducing more young people to careers in the skilled trades to help ensure Ontario’s future workforce has the skills and training for the jobs of tomorrow.
Join Elyse Allan, President and CEO GE Canada as she shares insights on the Future of Work, including highlights from GE’s new 2016 Global Innovation Barometer.
St. Michael’s Hospital and Ryerson University celebrated today the formal launch of a 20-year partnership to research and develop innovative healthcare solutions and to support start-up biomedical companies seeking to improve patient care.
Academy Talks – Producing Comedy for Television – Top experts talk about creating content, marketing, distribution and finding audiences for comedy
The province is introducing a new $1 million, two-year Rural Realities Fund to help eligible agencies and shelters address violence against women
Ontario is investing $6 million in mental health services, to hire 80 new child and youth mental health workers helping children and youth, & their families
Friends and Allies of SmartTrack: ridership report encouraging, shows value of SmartTrack in linking job centres