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|Organization / Program Name(s)||Located In||Office Phone||Description (Brief)|
|ACORN Canada, Ottawa and Gatineau ACORN||Ottawa||613-746-5999 ext 1||National organization of low and moderate income families promoting lasting socio-economic change * volunteer-driven * various campaigns include: Healthy Homes * Raising the Minimum Wage * Remittance ... [More]|
|Indigenous Works||Saskatoon||306-956-5360||Helps corporations build prosperous partnerships with Indigenous people, businesses and communities * has created a charity, Kocihta, to build Indigenous workforce capacity|
|Kagita Mikam Aboriginal Employment and Training||Ottawa||613-565-8333||Ensures pro-active measures are taken to improve the recruitment, training and employment of all Aboriginal people. * information about programs and services available to support training or employmen ... [More]|
|Ottawa and District Injured Workers Group (The)||Nepean||613-567-5872||An incorporated non-profit organization dedicated to assisting injured workers and their families in seeking justice, dignity and equality. * Promotes the proper health, safety and security of injured ... [More]|
|Québec. Ministère de l'Immigration et des Communautés culturelles, Région de l'Outaouais||Gatineau||Toll free 1-877-864-9191 * Outside Québec 514-864-9191||Quebec Provincial Ministry * supports employers in the hiring and retention of the Quebecois and those from multicultural communities * supports various enterprises in the creation of ethnically diver ... [More]|
|Workers' Action Centre||Toronto Downtown Central||Workers' Rights Information Phoneline 416-531-0778||Covid-19 -- support with problems at work through Workers' Rights Information Phoneline * all in-person meetings and workshops cancelled until further notice Workers rights education * information an ... [More]|