Ontario. Office of the Fairness Commissioner.

A fair way to go

Issued also in French under title: Sur le chemin de l'équité : accès aux professions réglementées en Ontario et nécessité d'intégrer les nouveaux arrivants au sein de l'économie mondiale. Includes bibliographical references. 'Regulated professions play a critical role in our society. They are responsible for the education of our children, the health of our families, the safety of our infrastructure, and the integrity of our financial systems.

A fair way to go. Executive summary. Executive summary.

Issued also in French under title: Sur le chemin de l'équité : accès aux professions réglementées en Ontario et nécessité d'intégrer les nouveaux arrivants au sein de l'économie mondiale. Includes bibliographical references. 'Regulated professions play a critical role in our society. They are responsible for the education of our children, the health of our families, the safety of our infrastructure, and the integrity of our financial systems.

Academic requirements and acceptable alternatives

Includes bibliographical references. 'Internationally educated people often struggle to meet the academic requirements for licensing in a regulated profession in Ontario. This study, Academic Requirements and Acceptable Alternatives: Challenges and Opportunities for the Regulated Professions in Ontario, examines fair-access issues related to those requirements. It focuses principally on 38 professions under the mandate of Ontario's Office of the Fairness Commissioner.

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