Check out the articles below to learn more about life in Ontario.
To graduate, all Ontario high school students must show that they've achieved a certain level of English proficiency by passing the OSSLT.
When you sign a lease, landlords can ask you to put down deposits or pay for things other than rent, like utilities.
If you’re feeling unmotivated or having a hard time learning in school, there are different kinds of support available to help you succeed.
Landlords increase rent to make more profit and tenants fear losing their homes. You have rights that protect you from high rent increases.
If you need to talk to someone about your sexuality or gender identity, there are many places and resources you can turn to for support.
Working in Canada
There's a lot you need to know when you first enter the workforce in Canada. Learn all about minimum wages, tips, overtime pay, and more.
Child abuse is when someone under 18 experiences physical, emotional, or sexual abuse or neglect.
Practicing mindfulness is a clinically proven way to cope with day-to-day struggles, both big and small.
You can have a voice by voting or through civic and/or political engagement in your community.
Gynecology appointments screen for potential health problems and address any of your health concerns, especially relating to sexual health.
Universities, Colleges and More
In Ontario, students interested in going to college use a centralized application service to apply for admission.