The 2014 Career Professionals Survey Report provides insight into the work and life of career practitioners who support the Canadian labour market. In particular, we compare and contrast the work/life of SELF-EMPLOYED Career Professionals versus those who are EMPLOYED by organizations within the sector. By learning about our colleagues, we can gain a new understanding and better perspective, so that we can come together, value, and support each other. By understanding the benefits and challenges of self-employment and employment, we can all make more informed career and business decisions.
In this project, youth develop a permaculture garden for a women’s shelter, creating a lasting legacy for the community. Youth gain skills in Project Management, Marketing, Fund Raising, Communications and Financing a Project. The faith community, retired volunteers, large and small business, service clubs and local politicians are all contributors to this initiative.
The ABDF (Aboriginal Business Development Fund) is a program that provides tools for Aboriginal entrepreneurs who choose to start their own businesses. The funds are available through a community-based organization.
The Self-Employment program is designed for Albertans who are unemployed and in need of self-employment training to participate in the labour market.
Streamlining your business permit and licensing experience Launched in 2005, BizPaL is jointly managed by a partnership involving governments at the federal, provincial, territorial and municipal levels. Provinces, territories and hundreds of municipalities have collaborated together to provide you with the permits and licences that may be required to start and grow your business.
Self Employment is an employment program that provides financial assistance and entrepreneurial support to eligible individuals while they develop and implement their business plan. This program assists unemployed eligible individuals who are creating jobs for themselves by starting a business.
A three-year grant was awarded in 2006 to support the Quebec Employment Service Roundtable. Begun in 1997, the Roundtable has grown, through partnership building and information sharing, into a highly successful community driven vehicle that keeps each of its members informed about critical issues unique to employment service providers delivering services in English and that directly influences the practitioners and the delivery of those services. As a not-for-profit organization, YES Montreal enriches the community by providing English-language support services to help Quebecers find employment and start businesses.
Want to be your own boss? The idea of starting your own business is appealing to a lot of people and it can be very rewarding. However, a lot of new businesses fail. This information will help you plan for a successful start to your entrepreneurship journey.
Train The Trainer The Train the Trainer program is designed for women to become effective self-employment trainers and facilitators. The program goal is to broaden the representation of immigrant and minority women in the self-employment sector as trainers, facilitators, guest speakers and mentors.
Enterprise Toronto is an innovative public and private sector alliance created to provide one-stop sourcing of services and programs tailored to meet the needs of the Toronto’s Entrepreneurs and small businesses. Enterprise Toronto can help you make good decisions during your business start-up and develop your management capabilities as your business venture grows. Enterprise Toronto is managed by the City of Toronto Economic Development & Culture Office which offers services and programs in the areas of Small Business and Local Partnerships, Business Development and Retention, Investment Marketing, Economic Research and Business Information. For more information, visit: View