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  1. As Canada and countries around the world respond to the pandemic, key sectors in the economy continue to need more workers to build a strong workforce. This is particularly true in Quebec where the province continues to experience long-standing workforce recruitment challenges.
  2. Workers and businesses in the tourism and hospitality sector have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Government of Canada has a plan to support hard-hit sectors, help businesses adapt and thrive, and give Canadians the skills they need to find good jobs as our economy continues to recover.
  3. Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council Project Name: Tourism Workforce Recovery: Helping Restore 100,000s of Jobs and Build Resilience Location: Ottawa, ON Funding Amount: $3,965,209
  4. Today, the Minister of Labour, Seamus O’Regan Jr., met virtually with United States Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh.
  5. The Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA), which came into force on July 1, 2020, includes progressive and enforceable labour provisions that will help improve working conditions throughout North America and ensure a level playing field for Canadian workers and businesses. As part of this work, the Government of Canada has committed to supporting Mexico’s labour reform by sharing knowledge and resources between governments as well as helping Mexican workers build the capacity to effectively exercise their labour rights.
  6. The Government of Canada is committed to appointing highly qualified candidates to serve the interests of Canadians on commissions, boards, Crown corporations, agencies and tribunals across the country.
  7. The Government of Canada is committed to supporting those who need it when they need it most.