Welfare to Work
Provincial and Territorial Summaries
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These summaries of provincial welfare-to-work initiatives are part of a larger research project National Welfare-to-Work Programs that was funded by Social Development Partnerships, Human Resources Development Canada. The first phase of the project involved the collection and analysis of data on provincial and territorial initiatives aimed at reintegrating social assistance recipients into the labour force. The results of that work were published by the CCSD in a document entitled, Welfare-to-Work Programs: A National Inventory.
In the second phase of the project, the relationships between the design of welfare-to-work programs, available community resources, and individual family capacities will be analysed.
Other related publications from the CCSD include:
- Welfare-to-Work Programs: A National Inventory, by Carolyne Gorlick and Guy Brethour
- Welfare-to-Work Programs in Canada: A Discussion Paper, by Carolyne Gorlick and Guy Brethour
- Welfare-to-Work Programs: A CCSD Position Paper, March, 1999
The Project's Principal Investigators and The Canadian Council on Social Development (CCSD) wishes to thank the Social Development Partnerships Program, Human Resources Development Canada, for its financial contribution to this project.
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