Minister MacLeod to Launch Ministry White Paper with a Virtual TownHall for Stakeholders

Tuesday, December 15 Update Minister MacLeod to Launch Ministry White Paper with a Virtual Townhall for Stakeholders Thursday, December 17, 2020 – 10 AM “On Thursday, December 17, 2020 at 10:00 AM, join the Honourable Lisa MacLeod for a virtual stakeholder townhall to launch consultations on a new policy white paper, which will inform a future five-year strategy for the Ministry.” Register for free HERE For any questions or comments, please contact Marie Lalonde, Executive Director, (mlalonde@museumsontario.ca) or by phone at: 416-348-8672 or toll free, 1 866 662 8672. Ontario Museum Association Monday-Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm Toll-free in ON: 1-866-662-8672 Phone: 416-348-8672 Fax: 416-348-0438 OMA Twitter OMA Facebook OMA Instagram OMA Website Copyright © 2020 Ontario Museum Association, All rights reserved. You are receiving this email as a member, stakeholder or partner of the Ontario Museum Association. Our mailing address is: Ontario Museum Association 50 Baldwin Street Toronto, Ontario M5T 1L4...

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View this email in your browser NETWORK NEWS December 10, 2020 This month: Inside ONN Policy Updates Network Updates New video: Nonprofits leading COVID-19 response and recovery efforts As we wrap up 2020, we want to thank all of the nonprofits across Ontario for collaborating and leading COVID-19 response and recovery efforts. Let’s recognize the incredible nonprofits in our sector by sharing their stories of adapting, innovating, and supporting communities during the pandemic. Watch the video and recognize a nonprofit on social media using #NFPinnovation. New Report – Recovery through Equality: Developing an Inclusive Action Plan for Women in the Economy In September’s throne speech the federal government proposed a national action plan for women in the economy and a taskforce. We know that for a gender-equitable economic recovery and women’s economic justice to happen, investments need to be made in women-majority sectors, like the nonprofit sector. That’s why we co-authored a new report with the Canadian Women’s Foundation and Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives to highlight what this national action plan for women in the economy should look like. The report outlines two key approaches and recommendations. First, overcome barriers to women’s participation in paid employment and second, create the public infrastructure necessary to spur the creation of decent work and shared prosperity for all. Read the report in French and English. Paid sick days: Let’s get this to the finish line! ONN has identified paid sick days as a key indicator of decent work. More recently, there has been a groundswell of public support for paid sick days. There is a now crucial window of time to push this over the...