March 2022


2022 Canada Ontario Housing Benefit (COHB) Applications for Windsor Essex

The Canada-Ontario Housing Benefit (COHB) is a federal-provincial housing allowance program providing an income-tested, portable housing benefit (PHB) payment to low-income households, and the 2022 program is now accepting applications.

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Province invests $2.5 million towards free training for PSWs in Southwestern Ontario

Through the "Grow Your Own HSW-PSW Partnership Program, the Province of Ontario is investing $2.5 million to help address personal support worker (PSW) shortage through paid training and job placements in Lambton County, the City of Sarnia, Essex County, City of Windsor and the Municipality of Chatham-Kent.

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Housing Affordability Task Force Report

Ontario Launches Largest Tutoring Support Program

Ontario Makes Life More Affordable This Tax Season with Tax Credits for Workers, Seniors and Families

Ontario Keeping Seniors Healthy and Engaged

Canada and Ontario invest modern and more accessible public transit infrastructure across Centre, North and Southern Ontario


** NEW ** City of Windsor Child Care and Early Years Website

MyBenefits Information Session

Free, one-hour zoom session hosted by City of Windsor's Employment and Social Services department on March 1 and March 3, 2022.

New Ontario Health Team approved for Windsor-Essex

University of Windsor's Survey to inform strategic planning process - Survey open until March 7, 2022

Hiatus House receives $25K from UWindsor graduate, teaching assistants

Province announces expansion of long-term care facilities in Windsor, Amherstburg

Windsor's Trans Wellness Ontario receives $25K Hydro One grant


New incentive program aims to get UWindsor grads local jobs

A partnership between the University of Windsor, Invest WindsorEssex, and funding support through the Canadian Career Apprenticeship Initiative (CCAI), will help 10 graduates of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (FAHS) land their first jobs in Windsor-Essex.

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519-255-5200 ext. 5302

Charmaine Valbuena

519-255-5200 ext. 6809

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