Building Canada’s Net-Zero Workforce: Report Highlights
Canada’s transition to net-zero will help mitigate climate change and provide our country with a tremendous economic opportunity.
Labour Force Survey for April 2022: Not much changed last month, but more sick workers held back growth
Canadian employment held steady in April, rising by only 15,000 net new jobs — slightly below market expectations of +55k. However, this result comes after two very solid months that saw 409k jobs added during the rebound from January’s drop.
Canadian Chamber addresses labour shortages, working conditions and the care economy at House committee
On March 3, 2022, the Canadian Chamber’s Senior Director, Workforce Strategies and Inclusive Growth, Leah Nord, appeared at the House...
Rocket Bakery & Fresh Food aims to use CBRN Grant to bring together St. John’s community
“When Rocket Bakery & Fresh Food in downtown St. John’s closed its doors on March 18, it was like thousands of similar...