1. REGISTER NOW for the 2018 Canadian Open Data Summit

    REGISTER NOW for the 2018 Canadian Open Data Summit, November 7th – 9th in beautiful Niagara Falls, Ontario. Three days of workshops, networking, guest speakers and much more. Visit https://opendatasummit.ca to view the schedule, get tickets and learn more.
  2. Partnership with BCM Insurance Company

    We are thrilled to announce a sponsorship partnership with BCM Insurance Company to invest in social media promotion of Niagara Connects’ two main resources: the Living In Niagara report and the Niagara Knowledge Exchange. BCM Insurance Company will be working to promote initiatives involving the Economic Prosperity sector. “This is...
  3. Canadian Open Data Summit 2018

    Save the Date! Niagara Falls November 7th – 9th, 2018 Fallsview Casino Resort & Hilton Hotel & Suites Registration will be open soon at opendatasummit.ca. Niagara Connects is facilitating the work of Niagara data ecosystem partners to host this 5th annual summit. It is THE annual event bringing together Open...
  4. Strengthening Employee Recruitment and Selection Processes in Niagara Webinar

    Strengthening Employee Recruitment and Selection Processes in Niagara Webinar is now available for viewing on YouTube! During this webinar, presenters discussed: Different options to assist employers with employee recruitment and selection Financial incentives available to employers through Employment Ontario Various grants and reimbursements that your business may be able to...

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Support for Internationally Trained Professionals in Niagara
Newcomers are important to the economic and cultural future of Niagara. However, for internationally trained professionals the process to transfer education and work experience to the same profession in Canada can be both confusing and discouraging. The Welland Heritage Council & Multicultural Centre has a new program to provide support to anyone living in the Niagara Region. The Niagara Foreign Credential Recognition Program can assist with the process of getting foreign credentials assessed through referrals and advocacy as needed. Once you know how your credentials compare with the Canadian equivalent, we will help you to learn the necessary steps to be able to re-enter that career or a close alternative. If financial assistance is necessary to be able to have your credentials assessed or to take any additional classes or licensing exams, the Welland Heritage Council & Multicultural Centre also offers a loan opportunity for financially eligible individuals through our partnership with Meridian Credit Union. If you are an internationally trained professional seeking to re-enter your profession in Canada, or you know someone who is. please let us know if we can be of assistance. Contact: Lori Webster Welland Heritage Council & Multicultural Centre 905-732-5337 x128 lwebster@wellandheritagecouncil.com read more ❯

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