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Employment Ontario has partnered with four local training providers to offer free training. Contact your local Employment Ontario office to learn more!
Visit the Training Provider websites to learn more about the course offerings:
- 4S Occupational Health and Safety Advisory
- Industrial Safety Trainers
- Langlois Safety Training
- Occupational Safety Group (OSG) (course enrollment to follow soon)
Prosper Canada has put together a financial relief navigator online tool for those that are particularly hard-hit by the pandemic. Visit the webpage today to learn more and access the financial support you need. If you don’t have access to a computer, contact the LEHC and we’ll work remotely to navigate the site with you. (Click on the image below to visit the website).
Many businesses in London are uncertain about what the future. No business should have to permanently close due to the unique challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic. All community stakeholders must play a part if Ontario (and Canada) is going to keep its economic edge. If you are a local landlord or business, please consider applying for the Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance today. There is a process, and it will take upfront investment of time right now, but there is support. Contact your local Employment Ontario agency, or other community partners in the area, to learn more. We’re in this together. We’re here for you!
Source: Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), https://www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca/
Contact the LEHC Advocacy Department today for support with your social assistance application(s).
The LEHC and its Advocacy Department are here to support the community in this difficult time. Get in touch with us today if you need a helping hand!
Have you been denied social benefits? Are you in the process of applying, or needing to apply for social benefits? The LEHC Advocacy Department can help! We’re here to support you. Reach out today to learn more. The LEHC Advocacy Department is generously funded by United Way Elgin-Middlesex.
Contact the LEHC Advocacy Department today if you have applied, or are in the process of applying or appealing, social benefits applications. Generously funded by United Way Elgin-Middlesex.
Contact the LEHC today for social and legal support in accessing social assistance. Remote appointments available! Call 519-914-1737, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us on the web.