OCASI submitted the following letter in response to the posting of proposed regulatory changes regarding the reporting requirements for "designated foreign nationals" as required by the recent passing of Bill C-31 into legislation. The posting on the Gazette can be found here.
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The Metcalf Foundation is currently accepting letters of interest to the Metcalf Foundation’s Inclusive Local Economies Opportunities Fund, an open call for original ideas and compelling approaches that lead to meaningful economic inclusion for low-income people and communities in Toronto.
After 16 years at Citizenship and Immigration Canada, the Secretariat for the Metropolis Project is announcing that it has moved to new premises at Carleton University in Ottawa. This move coincides with the end of the funding of the Metropolis Centres of Excellence in Canada and the completion of this phase of the Canadian Metropolis Project.
More than a year after its expected completion date, a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Tuesday, May 22, 2012, to celebrate the official opening of the YWCA of Greater Toronto's Elm Centre.
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.