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Links for Employers

Not-for-profit logo Canadian Council on Rehabilitation & Work (CCRW)  promotes the meaningful and equitable employment of persons with disabilities and provides resources to community organizations sharing their mission. The CCRW also supports employers who want to create a more inclusive work environment.
Not-for-profit logo Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) features excellent resources for people with mental illness and the workers supporting them to enter or re-enter the workforce. Information is also available employers. Also check out their ‘Education & Mental Illness’ section. Click here to visit our local CMHA's website.
For-profit logo CareerEdge helps bring together job seekers and potential employees, with an emphasis on recent graduates. In addition to other services, CareerEdge operates an internship program for graduates with disabilities.
  CERP provides a forum to explore issues, share and create solutions relating to employment strategies.
Canada logo Employment & Social Development Canada offers an online, searchable Job Bank to which employers can post job openings, along with other employment related information.
Not-for-profit logo Employment Planning & Counselling Peterborough provides employment and recruitment information, resources and services for students, job seekers and employers.
  Kawartha Lakes Accessibility Advisory Committee strives to ensure access for all to employment, education, recreation, housing and transportation.
Not-for-profit logo Learning Disabilities Association of Canada (LDAC) offers resources and information for job seekers with learning disabilities and their employers.
For-profit logo Level A is a full-service personnel agency bringing together job seekers and employers looking to hire.
For-profit logo Manpower is a full-service personnel agency bringing together job seekers and employers looking to hire.
Ontario logo Ministry of Training, Colleges & Universities offers information and services for students, job seekers, employers, employees and those interested in apprenticeship.
  Ontario WorkInfoNet offers career planning, learning and employment information for job seekers - including those with disabilities - and employers.
  Workink provides employment and recruitment information and services for job seekers with disabilities, employers and professionals who are helping their clients to find meaningful, lasting employment. Workink is hosted by the Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work (CCRW).
  See also, Community Futures Development Corporations (CFDC).