The City of Toronto is helping people find jobs and helping employers secure the skilled employees they need. Our Workforce Development Strategy has three key objectives: ensuring that employers' workforce needs are addressed, ensuring that unemployed city residents get access to opportunities and jobs, and delivering the best possible value to employers, job seekers, communities and the City for the resources invested in workforce development.
The City's Workforce Development Strategy addresses the needs of employers and helps residents get jobs. Our achievements are highlighted in the 2016 Workforce Development Annual Report with a focus on how we are meeting the needs of our customers. This report also communicates key directions and initiatives for 2017.
Read about how we support people, connect businesses and strengthen communities in: Working as One: A Worforce Development Strategy for Toronto
The Economic Development Committee's primary focus is the economy, with a mandate to monitor, and make recommendations to strengthen Toronto's economy and investment climate.
Find reports about:
- Implementing Toronto's Workforce Development Strategy
- Work-Based Learning
- Youth and more
The Toronto Strong Neighbourhoods Strategy 2020 will support healthy communities across Toronto by partnering with residents, businesses and agencies to invest in people, services, programs and facilities in specific neighbourhoods.
Looking for work? Visit your local Employment Centre for help with your job search.
Enterprise Toronto - Your one-stop source to start and grow your business
Starting or growing a small business? Toronto Public Library can help with resources, space to meet and work, and expert staff assistance.
Business Inc. - an 8-week small business program offered by Toronto Public Library