Toronto, ON, Feb. 16, 2018: After a competitive process which started in May 2017, the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, announced Canada’s five superclusters and that it will invest up to $950 million under the Innovation…
To help break down barriers to employment for Canadians with physical or mental disabilities, Magnet, a not-for-profit online network that connects job seekers to employers based on skills and talent need is hosting the Innovation, Diversity, Employment and Ability (I.D.E.A.)…
Magnet is a proud partner of the Northwest Coordinated Learning Access Network (CLAN). Together, we are building bridges to employment and education for members of the Indigenous community.
October is Disability Employment Awareness Month. To raise awareness and highlight this month, the Magnet team would like to offer a few thoughts on some of the issues surrounding employment
What does a university dean’s resume look like? I would guess that most have diverse leadership experience in a number of varied roles.
The Woodstock Chamber joined forces with Ryerson University and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce back in September to present an online networking tool called Magnet.
Canada’s latest job network innovation Magnet aims to connect job seekers to employers based upon skills, preferences and talent needs. Foreign names will no longer be a barrier for immigrants.