OneHub. Growth


Creating an inclusive culture

Our Values


Through a community-based framework, we empower people to overcome societal and individual barriers to employability and income security to optimize their growth across their lifespan.


We envision a community of individuals from diverse backgrounds unlocking their full potential by achieving socio-economic integration in Canadian society.


Our work is guided by the following values:

We respect the right to self-determination and dignity of people with diverse backgrounds by using person-focused practices.

We carry ethical responsibilities to clients, colleagues, workplaces, and organizations through a transparent decision-making process and accountable practices.

We deliver quality services and learning opportunities to maintain the best interest of clients based on cultural, individual, and community needs. 

We aim to use a social justice lens to ensure clients’ access to available services in a fair, inclusive, and collaborative way.

We identify clients’ resilient support systems, acknowledge their barriers, and use the language of hope to empower people from a strengths-based perspective.


Our roles & responsibilities:

  1. Act as an inclusive organization to serve newcomers to deliver coordinated employment, settlement, and community services
  2. Use a lifespan approach to deliver services to vulnerable populations such as newcomers and older adults to achieve a smooth transition in life
  3. Adopt the social determinants of health’s perspective to address income security, unemployment, social exclusion, housing, and settlement needs
  4. Remove newcomers’ barriers, such as language difficulty and a lack of resources, and empower them to fully participate in the Canadian job market
  5. Share identities by promoting “newcomers help newcomers,” “youth engages youth,” and “seniors support seniors” initiatives
  6. Provide culturally and linguistically sensitive programs and services to individuals and groups with diverse backgrounds
  7. Support social inclusion, equality, and equity
  8. Build a healthy community to support volunteerism for newcomers, seniors, and persons with special needs
  9. Offer mentorship programs and build connections within communities in career advancement
  10. Facilitate training opportunities for skills development
  11. Strengthen the overall well-being of communities by addressing stigma and local poverty
  12. Promote public learning to increase the community’ knowledge and resources about life in Canada and government programs
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