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Persons with disabilities faced significant barriers to employment, even before the arrival of the pandemic. The employment rate of working-age Canadians with a disability is much lower than that of the general population, even before the arrival of COVID-19.

Building workplaces where neurodivergent workers thrive

This report explores strategies and best practices for reducing the economic and social costs associated…

Career able: job transitions for Canadians with disabilitiesexternal link icon

Everyone needs career options, including people with disabilities. The Conference Board of Canada, on behalf…

Tackling skills shortages now and in the future

Canada’s labour market is feeling the strain of the current skills shortage. According to the…
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Enhancing skills among persons with disabilities

Persons with disabilities can enhance their employability by acquiring professional knowledge, skills, and attitudes that…
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VILA: Virtual inclusive learning academy

Adults with physical and cognitive challenges participate in a virtual hub that offers life skills,…
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National Accessibility Resources for Employers (NARE)

This project will create and share resources for employers in disability management on a national…
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Atlantic Autism Supports and Employment Network (AASEN)

Individuals on the autism spectrum connect to job opportunities and local employment supports in Atlantic…
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Workplace Inclusion Charter Expansion

Connect under-utilized talent pools with local employers in Kingston through the implementation of the Workplace…