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Employment Connections: A Transition Tool Kit for Youth with Disabilities

City of Toronto

The City of Toronto is a prime example of how municipal bodies are an important source of employment. Toronto is the largest city in Canada, and employs over 39,000 city workers in more than 4000 different types of work. The City of Toronto, like other municipalities and large corporations, is dedicated to providing a harassmentfree workplace, and to building a workforce that is representative of the citizens it serves. Consequently, it encourages applications from people with disabilities, women, Aboriginal peoples and visible minorities.

People with disabilities interested in working for the City of Toronto can find available jobs advertised on the city’s Web site, or by calling the phone number listed below. Resumés submitted with employment applications are kept in the city’s database for 12 months for future consideration. For more information contact:

The City of Toronto
Employment Services, Human Resources
55 John Street, 5th Floor
Toronto, ON
M5V 3C6
Employment Information Line: 416-392-8665
Fax: 416-397-9818
Email: outjobs@city.toronto.on.ca
Web site: www.city.toronto.on.ca


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