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Peel Count 2011

Peel has developed Result Based Accountability (RBA) framework for producing measurable improvements to quality of life conditions for families and communities of Peel.


DiverseCity onBoard

Do you want to make your board reflective of the community it serves but don’t know how to source the best candidates? DiverseCity OnBoard is your free source of over 1500 pre screened, trained and qualifies candidates from all sectors and industries across the GTA.


Portraits of Peel

Portraits of Peel 2011: A Community Left Behind is a collaboration of the Peel Fair Share Task Force, the Social Planning Council of Peel, United Way of Peel and the Region of Peel. Released on August 11, 2011, the report provides an inside look at the challenges individuals and families face and the local supports that make a difference in their lives.


The State of the Local Economy: Peel and Halton Regions in 2011

There is a general sense that the recession has run its course or at least that we have experienced the worst of it. This report seeks to quantify the effects the recession had on Peel and Halton Regions on an industry by industry basis.


The Determinants of Labour Market Outcomes among the Children of Immigrants

Seeking success in Canada and the United States: the determinants of Labour Market Outcomes among the children of immigrants.


Canada's Colour Coded Labour Market

Despite years of economic growth and an increasingly diverse population, this report confirms racialized Canadians encounter a persistent colour code that blocks them from the best paying jobs our country has to offer.


Immigrants as Innovators: Boosting Canada's Global Competitiveness

Immigrants as Innovators: Boosting Canada’s Global Competitiveness takes a comprehensive approach to understanding and quantifying the relationship between immigration and innovation at graduated levels — individually, in businesses, nationally, and globally.


Mississauga Summit 2009 - From Conversation to Action

The success and vibrancy of every city depends on educated, healthy and engaged residents. On May 26 over 175 leaders from the corporate, non-profit, government, education and labour sectors gathered at the Living Arts Centre to develop strategic plans to tackle issues critical to our city’s future.


Empowering and Strengthening Senior Women for Improved Health

Empowering and Strengthening Senior Women for Improved Health.


The Needs and Challenges of the Chinese Community in Peel Region
The Black Community in Peel Region: An Exploratory Study
The Tale of Hardship, A Report on Poverty in Peel