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Assessing Active Labour-Market Programs: How Effective is Ontario Works?

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October 31, 2018
Assessing Active Labour-Market Programs: How Effective is Ontario Works?

About 450,000 Ontarians are on social assistance, costing the province $2.8 billion annually, according to a new study from the C.D. Howe Institute.  In ‘Assessing Active Labour-Market Programs: How Effective is Ontario Works?’ authors Jason Adams, Ken Chow and David Rosé examine the success of various Ontario Works programs in getting welfare recipients back into the workforce.

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Jason Adams, PhD candidate, Queen's University
Ken Chow, PhD candidate, Queen's University
David Rosé, PhD candidate, Queen's University

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