The program was developed in direct response to the expressed desires of the Indigenous representatives, students and educators from this region for greater accessibility and support from the University. This program is a main focal point for McMaster's enhanced commitment to and support of Indigenous Students. The program focuses on three main objectives: to recruit and assist Indigenous students in obtaining a degree in their area of interest; to increase awareness of Indigenous culture and issues; to work collaboratively with Native communities.
Tradeability.ca is a valuable online resource that provides information on the vast occupations within the skilled trades. While the guide is formulated to address the current and future market demand for skilled tradespeople in the Durham Region, it will prove useful to anyone interested in pursuing a career in the skilled trades.
For 153 years the, YMCA of Hamilton/Burlington/Brantford has responded to the needs of the community by providing health enhancement, social and recreational programs for the development of all people in spirit, mind and body. Programs offered include: health fitness and recreation; child care; day, resident and family camping; outdoor education; academic assistance; employment training and placement; leadership development; community outreach; newcomer services; literacy and many more.