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Did You Know...

Individuals with hearing impairments often use some combination of lip-reading, sign language, and amplification to understand spoken information. People who are deaf from birth generally have more difficulty speaking and understanding the structure of language than those who lost their hearing later in life. In a job setting, everyday noises -- fans and lights -- that are not a bother to hearing people, may have a profound effect on the ability of people with hearing impairments.

Most Recent Jobs

Executive Assistant/Bookkeeper

Ubique Networks Inc. - Whitby,
Posted Monday March, 19th

School Bus Driver - Ajax

First Student - Ajax,
Posted Thursday February, 8th

Wireless Sales Manager (Loblaw)

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Employability Awards

2010 EmployABILITY Awards

On June 1st the Durham Region Employment Network held the 9th Annual EmployABILITY Awards Gala at the Tosca Banquet Hall in Oshawa.

The evening featured singer-song writer Justin Hines, local television host and community leader Garth Riley, CTV News personality Ken Shaw and an address from The Honorable Madeleine Meilleur, Minister of Community and Social Services for Ontario. 

EmployABILITY Winners

Winner Robert (Bob) Hill 
Nominated by Northern Lights Canada
Employer Tim Hortons, Brooklin
  Jordan Hill
Nominated by Northern Lights Canada
Employer Home Depot, Pickering
  Reanna Lucas 
Nominated by Northern Lights Canada
Employer LW Stores, Ajax
Innovation Award Winners

Tutorwiz Education Centre
Durham College’s Community Integration through Cooperative Education (CICE) Program 

Volunteer Citizenship Award Winner Grant Hedges - The Participation House Project Durham Region
Media Award Winner Ian McMillan - Oshawa this Week
Region of Durham Accessibility Award Winners The Dark Horse Art Gallery
Frenchman's Bay Yacht Club 
Grandview Children's Centre 
Linos Vino
Municipality of Clarington and Port Perry Canadian Tire