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Employment Projects of Winnipeg Inc.  
http://www.epw.ca

Provides individual employment counselling for immigrants by effectively marketing clients from around the world. EPW works with clients to provide programs and services to connect individuals born outside Canada with local employers. 

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YMCA-YWCA of Brantford  
http://www.ymcahbb.ca/

YMCA of Hamilton/Burlington/Brantford builds strong kids, strong families and strong communities by providing a diverse array of programs and services designed to serve the needs of body, mind and spirit.

For over 150 years, the YMCA has enriched the lives of thousands of individuals by providing access to experiences that they might otherwise not have. From health, fitness and recreation to child care, leadership development, employment training and newcomer services, the YMCA offers a broad range of opportunities to maintain, improve and strengthen one’s life.

Each year, over 192,000 people benefit from the programs and services offered by the YMCA of Hamilton/Burlington/Brantford.

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YWCA of St.Thomas-Elgin  
http://www.ywcastthomaselgin.org/about
North Cariboo Métis Association
Our clients are parents mom's and dad's who may have trouble with the law or have family issues. We help our clients as a whole. They usually have other issues such as: alcohol, drug, Residential Tenancy issues, Welfare, Disability, poverty, Residential School issues, some clients need referral to the Mental Health, probations, assist clients with paperwork, in addition, accompany clients to appointments with the Ministry as an advocate or a support person.
Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science (CSMLS)  
http://csmls.org/
Canadian Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women  
http://www.nald.ca/litweb/other/cclow/

The Canadian Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women (CCLOW), was a national feminist organization dedicated to addressing education and training issues for girls and women. Disbanding in 2001, their vision was women's social, political and economic equality through expanded learning opportunities; their focus areas being literacy, equity in education and job training.


Over the years (1970's - 2001) the CCLOW accumulated a large collection of important literature, which everyone wanted to see preserved. In answer to this, the National Adult Literacy Database (NALD) has created a comprehensive, searchable archive of all the CCLOW's literature, including:


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Women in New Roles  
http://www.win-r.org/
Provides counselling and workshops to enable women to identify educational and vocational goals, and develope skills and tools necessary for finding employment. (See Details)
Iskwéwak Waniskawak

Aims to help Aboriginal people, in particular women, their families and youth, access meaningful employment by providing services promoting labour market skills, career counselling and career planning, working with employers to identify work opportunities, working with employers and employee client to ensure successful work placements, and providing access to education opportunities.

Economic Self Sufficiency Program
Assists women leaving abusive relationships to become financially and emotionally independent of the abuser. Professionally facilitated.
Working Women Community Centre  
http://www.workingwomencc.org/
Assists immmigrant women to overcome obstacles in areas such as employment, training, education, housing, health, legal matters, family dynamics and social services. Promotes the development of self-sufficiency skills among immigrant women. (See Details)