The Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, Carolyn Bennett, the Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler, and the Ontario Minister of Education, Mitzie Hunter issued the following statement today.Read Full Story
TORONTO, ON - An employer that went out of business and failed to provide termination pay to some of its workers after being ordered to do so has been fined $49,000 in court.
Ontario is creating a new Human Trafficking Lived Experience Roundtable that will bolster the province's efforts to end human trafficking through direct engagement with, and input from, survivors of trafficking.Bulletin | Community and Social Services
Ontario and the Métis Nation of Ontario Announce Identification of Six Additional Historic Métis Communities
Ontario and the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) are pleased to announce that collaborative work has resulted in the identification of historic Métis communities located throughout Ontario.Bulletin | Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation
Ontario has appointed five new judges to the Ontario Court of Justice, effective August 31, 2017.Bulletin | Attorney General
Company Director Receives Jail Sentence, Fines for Failure to Pay Wages to Convenience Store Employees
NEWMARKET, ON - An employer who failed to pay wages after being ordered to do so by a Ministry of Labour employment standards officer has been given a jail sentence and fines.