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Current Projects

Over the years, the Work Wellness Institute (WWi) has received funding from numerous grants to deliver several projects focused on improving the workplace. Primarily, these projects have focused on the creation, implementation and delivery of educational tools and resources for employers to create and maintain a safe, healthy and inclusive workplace.

Please find our current projects outlined below.

Building Capacity

'Building Capacity' is a three-year project funded by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), that…


CARE was a short-term project, funded by Employment and Social Development Canada, that allowed us…

Harnessing Talent

Harnessing Talent: Alliance for Recruiting and Retaining Canadians with Disabilities, is a project funded by…

NARE – National Accessibility Resources for Employers

We are excited to have been selected by the Future Skills Centre (FSC) to deliver…

Past Projects

Please find information on our previous projects below that have been successfully completed by the organization.


CARE was a short-term project, funded by Employment and Social Development Canada, that allowed us to build on our capacity to create, deliver and evaluate educational resources that help employers to support their employees with disabilities both during and beyond times of disruption.

As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, Canadian organizations have been challenged to shift priorities and adapt to new business models while managing unprecedented processes and policies, including remote work accommodations and flexible working arrangements. Reactive in nature, individual and organizational responses served as temporary stop-gap solutions, initially in place to ‘wait out’ the pandemic. These responses have both highlighted and created new human resources challenges that are surfacing alongside increased mental health challenges and work/life balance strain among employees.  Funded by Employment and Social Development Canada, the Covid-19 Accessibility Resources for Employers (CARE) Program primarily aimed to assist Canadian employers with supporting employees with disabilities and/or mental health challenges in their working environments during the global pandemic.  Through the CARE project, WWi was able to build on our capacity to create, implement and evaluate educational resources for Canadian employers, which will allow them to build process and policy to accommodate employees with disabilities and/or mental health challenges during, and beyond, the global pandemic. A secondary objective was to research the process of rapid project design, implementation and evaluation.  

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