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BMO Study: Four in 10 Small Business Owners Hiring People With Disabilities

– Thirty-nine per cent of small business owners have hired an employee with a disability, up from 29 per cent in 2013 – Almost 90 per cent of small business owners agree that workplace diversity is an asset but just 36 per cent report having a diversity

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Canadian Business SenseAbility to help companies access the benefits of hiring people with disabilities

TORONTO, Sept. 17, 2014 /CNW/ – Canadian Business SenseAbility, a national, not-for-profit organization run by private sector business leaders, launched today in Toronto. The organization was created to help more Canadian companies access the benefits of hiring people with disabilities. “There is a strong business case for

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Depression: More Than Just Sadness

Posted originally on MegaHealth at Work on August 22, 2014 Hello There. My name is Robyn and I’m a physiotherapy student, fitness instructor, wife, daughter, climber, and occasional health blogger! I’ve been asked to write an article on depression by a friend who is very involved in

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Lindsay teacher credits community for impacting his recovery

Paralyzed by meningoencephalitis, Matthew Kuiken, 30, appreciates amount of accessible Lindsay businesses and services Originally published on www.mykawartha.com on July 3, 2014 (LINDSAY) Sometimes, geography is an important part of healing. Just ask Matthew Kuiken who is working his way back to what he hopes is “normal”

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Hiring persons with disabilities: So much more than diversity in the workplace

From the Moose Jaw Times-Herald, May 13, 2014 Finding a job is tough for anyone.  A certificate helps, or a diploma or a degree.  Then there is that great attitude, a winning smile, and the willingness to take on challenges; these all help to increase the odds

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Would you like to be on the CCRW Board of Directors?

August 2014 – CCRW is currently searching for new Board of Director members. If you are interested in applying or know of someone who may be interested, please look at our posting: Board Member Posting

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Employers missing out: skilled workers with disabilities being overlooked.

Article from the NorthumberlandView.ca  July 14, 2014

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Moncton “Walk & Roll” Postponed

June 6, 2014 Dear colleagues, clients and friends Following the events of the past two days and the heroic death of 3 RCMP officers, we have decided to postpone our Disability Awareness Week Walk & Roll.  We will reschedule it within the next few weeks and will

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Canada has a large pool of eager and available workers: The disabled

MICHAEL PRINCE Contributed to The Globe and Mail Published Wednesday, May. 07 2014, 8:47 AM EDT Michael J. Prince is Lansdowne Professor of Social Policy at the University of Victoria Employment and Social Development Minister Jason Kenney has challenged Canadian employers to do better in training and

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2014 Mental Health Week

Message from Their Excellencies the Right Honourable David Johnston,Governor General of Canada, and Mrs. Sharon Johnston on the Occasion of Mental Health Week Ottawa— Mental illness is one of the most complex and pressing health issues we are facing today. Depression, anxiety, mood disorders and addictive disorders

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