The greatly anticipated Making Ontario Home (MOH) study was launched July 18, 2012 and as expected, has been and continues to be well received by sector organizations, academics, and funding bodies. The study is the first of its kind in Ontario and provide the basis on which other studies will be built.
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OCASI offers Settlement.Org & InMyLanguage.org demonstrations for newcomer clients and LINC/ESL learners. The free sessions are meant to inform participants about the various programs, services, resources, and general assistance available not only on the websites but in their local communities as well.
Sector leaders from within the OCASI membership have agreed to share their skills, expertise and promising practices with t
Making Ontario Home Launch Media Coverage – July 18, 2012
Immigrants Say Settlement and Integration Services Are Working-New Report
Official Press Release, Marketwire July 16, 2012
TORONTO, ONTARIO-- OCASI - Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants is launching 'Making Ontario Home', a new report based on extensive research carried out over a period of two years, on newcomers' experience with use of services in Ontario…
July 16, 2012/Toronto – OCASI - Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants is launching ‘Making Ontario Home', a new report based on extensive research carried out over a period of two years, on newcomers' experience with use of services in Ontario.
We are excited to share that OCASI's Positive Spaces Initiative (PSI) LGBTQ program was identified as a “best practice” by Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Not only is OCASI on the list but many Ontario programs including two from our member agencies. Way to go Ontario!