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  1. Improving the inclusion and financial security of persons with disabilities is a key priority for the Government of Canada. This is why the Government continues to work with partners and the disability community to address barriers to employment, and invest in programs and services that help increase the accessibility of workplaces and improve employment prospects of persons with disabilities.
  2. Alberta 5th on 5th Youth Services
  3. The Government of Canada is seeking applicants for the Vice Chairperson position and two Board Member positions on the Patented Medicine Prices Review Board by way of open, transparent, and merit-based Governor in Council selection processes.
  4. On February 24, 2023, Rumina Velshi, CNSC President and CEO, delivered keynote remarks at the 2023 Canadian Nuclear Association conference. She spoke about the CNSC’s global leadership in regulatory readiness, noting three key areas in which the CNSC positively influences its role as a leader: international harmonization and collaboration, ensuring regulatory readiness at home, and demonstrating commitment to building trust.
  5. Canada is home to world-class information and communication technology (ICT) talent in research and development and in emerging fields such as artificial intelligence, quantum computing and virtual reality.
  6. Government of Canada to announce projects to support employment equity
  7. The Canadian economy has made strides toward recovering from the pandemic, having achieved record low unemployment rates and record high labour force participation rates.
  8. New equipment improves product quality, increases production, and creates inclusive employment opportunities
  9. Government of Canada to announce support for a community organization in Halifax
  10. Minister O’Regan to highlight Canada’s work to create fair, safe and equitable work environments as part of the launch of M-POWER
  11. Government of Canada to announce support for training programs in trades and STEM for Indigenous youth
  12. Government of Canada invests in skills training in the aerospace sector
  13. Technical briefing on upcoming changes to the Canada Labour Code to provide 10 days of paid sick leave
  14. The skilled trades are essential to Canada’s economy and few sectors are as essential to Canadians’ everyday lives. Smart investments are needed to support Canadians from all backgrounds in taking up apprenticeship training now, and to help kick-start lucrative careers in well-respected skilled trades.
  15. Les femmes choisissent moins souvent que les hommes une carrière dans les métiers spécialisés, et elles sont confrontées à des obstacles plus importants dans leur formation en apprentissage. La demande en travailleurs des métiers spécialisés n’ayant jamais été aussi forte, le gouvernement du Canada fait des investissements ciblés visant à développer une main-d’œuvre diversifiée et inclusive dans les métiers spécialisés, ce qui aidera un plus grand nombre de Canadiens – y compris les femmes – à se bâtir de bonnes carrières bien rémunérées.
  16. Canada’s Employment Insurance (EI) program is a critical part of Canada’s social safety net. It plays an important role in supporting workers during temporary periods of unemployment and in stabilizing the economy during economic hardships. That is why the Government of Canada is working with unions, employers and other stakeholders to modernize the EI program, so that it is fairer, more flexible and more responsive to the needs of current and future workers.
  17. The Government of Canada takes its responsibilities to protect temporary foreign workers (TFWs) very seriously. Ensuring the health and safety of these workers while they are in Canada is a key priority, and the Government is taking concrete action to better support them.
  18. Today, the Minister of Labour, Seamus O’Regan Jr., issued the following statement marking Labour Day.
  19. Today, the Honourable Jim Carr, Member of Parliament for Winnipeg South Centre, on behalf of the Honourable Dominic LeBlanc, Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, Infrastructure and Communities; the Honourable Audrey Gordon, Manitoba Minister of Health; and the Honourable Reg Helwer, Manitoba Minister of Labour, Consumer Protection and Government Services; , announced funding for inpatient monitor upgrades and new monitors to support care and remote monitoring capabilities at Winnipeg’s Health Sciences Centre (HSC) Children’s Hospital.
  20. No one should have to choose between staying home when they’re sick or being able to afford rent and groceries. However, as the pandemic has highlighted, too many Canadians have little or no access to paid sick leave. On December 17, 2021, An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Canada Labour Code (Bill C-3) received Royal Assent. This bill amends Part III of the Canada Labour Code to provide 10 days of paid sick leave to federally regulated private sector workers.
  21. Young people and students have a pivotal role to play in Canada’s economic recovery and future growth. In the run-up to World Youth Skills Day on July 15, the Government of Canada is highlighting the importance of equipping young people with the skills they need and remains committed to helping them gain relevant experience for an evolving job market.
  22. The Minister for Women and Gender Equality and Youth, Marci Ien, will announce in Scarborough important investments to help young Canadians get the skills and training they need to get good quality jobs.
  23. The Honourable Seamus O’Regan Jr., Minister of Labour, will be in Hamilton to tour a housing construction project. They will discuss the need to train more skilled workers and how government and unions can work together to address labour shortages in the construction sector.
  24. Government of Canada to make an announcement on innovative Early Learning and Child Care practices in Manitoba
  25. The Honourable Seamus O’Regan Jr., Minister of Labour, will be in Edmonton to participate in a roundtable discussion with union representatives. They will discuss how government and unions can work together to create good jobs and strong communities through Canada’s energy transition. The Minister will be accompanied by the Honourable Randy Boissonnault, Minister of Tourism and Associate Minister of Finance, and Gil McGowan, President of the Alberta Federation of Labour.
  26. New equipment helps businesses in Kings and Hants Counties grow, create jobs and improve productivity
  27. The skilled trades are at the centre of Canada’s economic recovery. Few industries are as essential to Canadians’ everyday lives. Smart investments are needed to support Canadians from all backgrounds in taking up apprenticeship training now, and kick-starting lucrative careers in well-respected skilled trades.
  28. Apprenticeships offer a great way to get the hands-on work experience needed to pursue a career in the skilled trades. Employers play a fundamental role in Canada’s apprenticeship systems, however many small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) do not always have the resources to offer apprenticeship training opportunities.
  29. The Government of Canada is making targeted investments to create good jobs, grow our economy, and build towards a net-zero emissions future.
  30. Now more than ever, skilled tradespeople are in high demand to fill well-paying jobs and build rewarding careers. The most recent projections estimate that about 700,000 skilled trades workers are expected to retire between 2019 and 2028, creating an ever-growing need to recruit and train thousands more. That is why the Government of Canada is making targeted investments to create good jobs, grow our economy, and build a Canada where nobody gets left behind.
  31. The Union Training and Innovation Program provides $25M annually to support union-based apprenticeship training, innovation and enhanced partnerships in the Red Seal trades. It has two streams of funding. Stream 1, Investments in Training Equipment, provides unions with up to 50% of the cost of new, up-to-date equipment and materials that meet industry standards or investments in new technology in the Red Seal trades. Stream 2, Innovation in Apprenticeship, provides support for innovative approaches and enhanced partnerships to address long-standing challenges limiting apprenticeship outcomes in Canada.
  32. Minister O’Regan will address the Canada’s Building Trades Unions (CBTU) Annual Conference in Ottawa
  33. A key part of Canada’s economic recovery is supporting businesses as they adapt, grow and move forward from the COVID-19 pandemic. Small and medium-sized businesses and the organizations that support them represent the backbone of regional economies. They generate quality local jobs and are a source of pride for their communities. To do so, businesses and entrepreneurs need a strong foundation, built on technological innovation, inclusivity, and clean growth to create the workforce of the future.
  34. A key part of Canada’s economic recovery is supporting businesses as they adapt, grow and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. Small and medium-sized businesses and the organizations that support them represent the backbone of regional economies. They generate good paying jobs and are a source of pride for their communities. To do so, businesses and entrepreneurs need a strong foundation, built on technological innovation, inclusivity, and clean growth to create the workforce of the future.
  35. The Government of Canada invests more than $1.8 million in four projects to support business growth in Sydney, including $1,476,900 from ACOA and $393,000 from NRC.
  36. Minister Ien launches Canada Summer Jobs hiring season
  37. Jaime Battiste, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Member of Parliament for Sydney—Victoria, will make an announcement regarding support for business growth for four Sydney-area organizations.
  38. Through Budget 2022: A Plan to Grow Our Economy and Make Life More Affordable, the Government of Canada makes targeted and responsible investments to create good jobs, grow our economy, and build a Canada where nobody gets left behind.
  39. Through Budget 2022: A Plan to Grow Our Economy and Make Life More Affordable, the Government of Canada is making targeted and responsible investments to create good jobs, grow our economy and build a Canada where nobody gets left behind.
  40. Through Budget 2022: A Plan to Grow Our Economy and Make Life More Affordable, the Government of Canada will make targeted and responsible investments to create good jobs, grow the economy, and build a Canada where nobody gets left behind. Today, Gary Anandasangaree, Member of Parliament for Scarborough Rouge Park and the Honourable Marci Ien, Minister for Women and Gender Equality and Youth, visited the Malvern Family Resource Centre to highlight investments that will support making life more affordable for Canadians.
  41. Members of the media are invited to join the Honourable Marci Ien, Minister for Women and Gender Equality and Youth, for an important announcement highlighting Budget 2022’s investments to make life more affordable for Canadians.
  42. Minister Ien highlights investments to make life more affordable in Budget 2022. Members of the media are invited to join the Honourable Marci Ien, Minister for Women and Gender Equality and Youth, for an important announcement highlighting Budget 2022’s investments to make life more affordable for Canadians.
  43. Through Budget 2022: A Plan to Grow Our Economy and Make Life More Affordable, the Government of Canada makes targeted and responsible investments to create good jobs, grow our economy and build a Canada where nobody gets left behind.
  44. Through Budget 2022: A Plan to Grow Our Economy and Make Life More Affordable, the Government of Canada makes targeted and responsible investments to create good jobs, grow our economy, and build a Canada where nobody gets left behind.
  45. On April 13, 2022, Rumina Velshi, CNSC President and CEO, delivered keynote remarks at the 2022 Canadian Nuclear Association conference. She spoke about the CNSC’s readiness to regulate small modular reactors (SMRs) and highlighted areas of focus for the successful deployment of SMRs in Canada.
  46. Reminder - Minister Ien highlights investments to create good jobs and build a strong economy in Budget 2022
  47. Minister Qualtrough to announce Budget 2022 investments to support workers in the skilled trades
  48. Through Budget 2022: A Plan to Grow Our Economy and Make Life More Affordable, the government of Canada makes targeted and responsible investments to create good jobs, grow our economy, and build a Canada where nobody gets left behind
  49. Minister Ien highlights investments to create good jobs and build a strong economy in Budget 2022
  50. Through Budget 2022: A Plan to Grow Our Economy and Make Life More Affordable, the Government of Canada makes targeted and responsible investments to create good jobs, grow our economy, and build a Canada where nobody gets left behind.