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Project Partners

OTEC’s partners are our most important resource.
Our network of industry partnership projects span the province and provide diverse client groups with programming for tourism, hospitality, camp services, healthcare, employment and other sectors. Learn more about some of our valued partnership initiatives:

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The Metis Nation of Ontario logo

Partner Name: Métis Nation of Ontario

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Learning Enrichment Foundation Logo

Partner Name: The Learning Enrichment Foundation (LEF)

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Humber Logo

Partner Name: Humber Community Employment Services

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Niagara Canada Logo

Partner Name: Niagara College

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Aboriginal Experiences Ottawa Logo

Partner Name: Aboriginal Experiences

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BCM Logo

Partner Name: Brampton Multicultural Centre

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Unemployed Health Centre Logo

Partner Name: Unemployed Help Centre of Windsor

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JVS Toronto Helping People Succeed logo

Partner Name: JVS

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Elliot Lake Centre for Development logo

Partner Name: Elliot Lake Centre for Development
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SRDC / SRSA logo

Partner Name: Social Research and Demonstration Corporation

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Partner Name: CORCAN

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Partner Name: Anishinabek Employment and Training Services

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Seven Generations Education Institute logo

Partner Name: Seven Generations Educational Institute

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School of Immigrant & Transitional Education Logo

Partner Name: George Brown College

The great Spirit Circle Trail Logo

Partner Name: Great Spirit Circle Trail

Want to learn more about our partner project outcomes?

Check out this video on the Navigating Employment Pathways (NEP). Created by OTEC in partnership with the MNO and funded in part by the Government of Canada, the NEP was designed to provide industry specific training to Aboriginal people looking for a career in the tourism and hospitality sector.

For more information on OTEC’s workforce developments projects contact:

Kim Marshall
Vice President, Workforce Solutions,
416.622.1975 ext. 226
kmarshall@otec.org