Employment and Social Development Canada
Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) is the department of the Government of Canada responsible for developing, managing and delivering social programs and services.
The federal Labour Program works for you by promoting safe, healthy, cooperative and productive workplaces that benefit us all. Canadians are entitled to be treated fairly on the job and, through legislation, programs and services, we foster good working conditions, constructive labour-management relations and workplaces free from discrimination.
Service Canada is the place Canadians go to access programs, services, and benefits they need from the Government of Canada and its many partners.
- Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation
- Federal-Provincial/Territorial agreement on Early Learning and Child Care
- Forum for federal, provincial and territorial Ministers responsible for Seniors
- Policy Horizons Canada
Commissions, tribunals, councils and committees
- Canada Employment Insurance Commission
- Canada Industrial Relations Board
- COVID-19 Disability Advisory Group
- Expert Panel on Youth Employment
- Expert Panel on Early Learning and Child Care Data and Research
- National Advisory Council on Early Learning and Child Care
- National Advisory Council on Poverty
- National Seniors Council
- Occupational Health and Safety Advisory Committee
- Occupational Health and Safety Tribunal Canada
- Service Canada Advisory Committee
- Social Security Tribunal of Canada
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