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Media advisory – Minister Sudds to highlight Budget 2024: Fairness for Every Generation investments in Thunder Bay

Press Release From: Employment and Social Development Canada The Minister of Families, Children and Social Development, Jenna Sudds, will make an announcement regarding Indigenous reconciliation. A media availability will follow…

Government of Canada launches new Employment Assistance Services funding stream to strengthen the vitality of official language minority communities

Press Release From: Employment and Social Development Canada Official language minority communities (OLMCs) enrich our linguistic heritage and play a vital role in strengthening Canada’s workforce and economy. The Government…

Province Provides $400,000 to Hospitality Saskatchewan to Grow the Workforce

Press Release April 2, 2024 Today, the Government of Saskatchewan announced a partnership with Hospitality Saskatchewan to address labour shortages in the hospitality industry. Through this partnership, the province is…

Co-operators Partners with Indigenous Organizations to Launch Youth Employability Program

Press Release TORONTO, April 2, 2024 – Co-operators today launched its Indigenous Youth Employability Initiative, a $1 million commitment to support cultural safety, personal resilience, and employability of Indigenous youth…

The Future Of Employment Equity In Canada

Press Release March 28, 2024 The report, “A Transformative Framework to Achieve and Sustain Employment Equity” is a comprehensive review of the Employment Equity Act conducted by the Employment Equity…

A strong rebound in the residential sector drives construction employment forward in Saskatchewan

Press Release March 27, 2024 As was the case in many provinces, Saskatchewan’s construction sector saw modest growth in 2023. Investment levels in the non-residential sector rose notably in response…

British Columbia is projected to see near-term labour market challenges as employment demands rise to a peak in 2029

Press Release March 27, 2024 Construction activity contracted slightly in British Columbia in 2023 as a gain in non-residential construction investment was not enough to offset a loss in activity…

Construction employment growth in Alberta to 2033 is driven by strong non-residential demands

Press Release March 27, 2024 The components of Alberta’s construction sector saw mixed fortunes in 2023. Activity in the province’s non-residential sector grew modestly with an increase in the construction…

Federal minimum wage rising to $17.30 per hour on April 1

Press Release From: Employment and Social Development Canada March 21, 2024 Every Canadian deserves a real and fair chance at success. Yet some Canadian workers still struggle financially while working part-time, temporary…

New federal law helps ensure families will benefit from affordable early learning and child care for generations to come

Press Release From: Employment and Social Development Canada March 20, 2024 Every family in Canada deserves access to high-quality child care when they need it and at a price that…

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