Multicultural Canadian Fair and Trade Show 2017

Etobicoke – 26 February 2017 – Young Professionals and Skilled Workers Association (YPSWA) successfully organized and hosted the first ever Multicultural Canadian Fair and Trade Show, which on social media used #MultiFair2017 as its hashtag. Continue reading

Aerospace and Defence Companies participate in the Multicultural Canadian Fair, B2B and Trade Show

Individual CADSI members, which are in defence, aerospace and consulting sectors, will be participating and attending the Multicultural Canadian Fair, B2B and Trade Show, which will take place on Sunday, February 26, 2017, at the UNF Conference Hall, 145 Evans Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M8Z 5X7. Continue reading

Multicultural Canadian Fair, B2B & Trade Show

The Multicultural Canadian Fair is a premier event in the Greater Toronto Area that brings together culture, arts and ethnic businesses/organizations for a day of business networking and intercultural interaction. Continue reading

YPSWA Statement on Small Business Week

In Canada there are over 1.16 million small and medium sized businesses. These businesses account for 99 per cent of all firms, and employ over 90 per cent of the labour force in the private sector. Continue reading

Toronto Regional Champions Protégée Program

The City of Toronto is launching the fifth Toronto Regional Champion Campaign, the Protégée Program to help boost women’s participation in local government. All women councillors are the heart of the program where young women (protégées) are matched with women councillors (mentors) learn the job of a municipal councillor. Continue reading

International Youth Day is Celebrated in Canada on the Heels of Gold Medal in Rio Olympics by a 16-year-old Penny Oleksiak.

YPSWA joins all those, who are marking this International Youth Day as a happy and inspiring occasion. YPSWA is especially proud that this day is coming on the heels of Canada winning a gold medal at Rio Olympics by a 16-year-old Penny Oleksiak, who is a young leader and inspiration to millions of Canadian Youth. Continue reading

Statement on Multiculturalism Day

June 27, 2016 – Toronto – YPSWA joins Canadians across the country today to mark Multiculturalism Day, a day of inclusion and diversity. Continue reading

National Volunteer Week

The theme for this year’s campaign—Volunteers are the roots of strong communities—recognizes that volunteers are at the heart of healthy and resilient communities and strong NFP organizations Continue reading

Ontario Establishing an Anti-Racism Directorate

February 16, 2016 – Premier Kathleen Wynne announced that Ontario will establish an Anti-Racism Directorate to address racism in all its forms — including individual, systemic and cultural. Continue reading

In the Bud

While the oil and gas sector is a hazardous profession, the industry has been lauded for its emphasis on safety. “Our experience with the offshore sector is they don’t do anything unless it can be done safely, which is a factor in preventing workplace injuries,” says Sarah Reeves, spokesperson for the Workers’ Compensation Board of Nova Scotia in Halifax. Volodymyr Paslavskyi, president of the Young Professionals and Skilled Workers Association in Toronto, also agrees. “I think Canadian companies would rather stop hiring new labour rather than cut safety corners,” he says. Continue reading

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