Jobs & the Workplace

  1. Ministers Sudds and Anand highlight budget investments to support small businesses
  2. Federal, Provincial and Territorial Labour Market Ministers meet in Winnipeg to discuss ongoing priorities to support Canadians
  3. Over $8.8 million through PrairiesCan will help connect youth and underrepresented Canadians to new career opportunities across diverse sectors
  4. Government of Canada funding helps Nova Scotia A&D companies expand, innovate and automate
  5. Minister Boissonnault to announce federal support for inclusive and accessible hands-on learning opportunities to meet the needs of Alberta businesses.
  6. Today the Public Service Commission of Canada (PSC) released its Annual Report 2022 to 2023 , which provides an overview of the health and integrity of hiring and non-partisanship in the federal public service.
  7. Canada needs more skilled trades workers. Demographic shifts and high retirement rates are fuelling demand and an ever-growing need to recruit and train thousands more Canadians for rewarding careers in the skilled trades.
  8. The interim President of the Public Service Commission of Canada (PSC), Stan Lee, is pleased to announce the appointment of Hélène Laurendeau as Commissioner of the PSC effective July 13, 2023.
  9. The Public Service Commission of Canada (PSC) today announced the coming into force of the final 2 amendments to the Public Service Employment Act.
  10. 2023 Occupational Health and Safety Scholarship Winners Announced
  11. The Commissioner of Competition is pleased to announce that Donald B. Houston is bringing his extensive experience and expertise in Canadian competition law and litigation to the Competition Bureau.
  12. The Public Service Commission of Canada (PSC) released today its 2021–22 annual report, which provides an overview of the health and integrity of staffing in the federal public service.
  13. Minister O’Regan to highlight Canada’s work to create fair, safe and equitable work environments as part of the launch of M-POWER
  14. Government of Canada supports a strong and sustainable economic recovery
  15. Government of Canada to announce support for ALPA Equipment Ltd.
  16. Government announces support for the Northern Hardwoods Research Institute Inc.
  17. Government of Canada invests in skills training in the aerospace sector
  18. Today, the Minister of Labour, Seamus O’Regan Jr., issued the following statement marking Labour Day.
  19. 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.
  20. Global Spatial Technology Solutions Inc. (GSTS) will showcase a new artificial intelligence (AI) platform. The presentation will complement an announcement of support to accelerate the roll-out of an AI solution to help the maritime and logistics sector.
  21. 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.
  22. 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.
  23. 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.
  24. Minister O’Regan will address the Canada’s Building Trades Unions (CBTU) Annual Conference in Ottawa
  25. Reminder - Minister Ien highlights investments to create good jobs and build a strong economy in Budget 2022
  26. The Honourable Harjit S. Sajjan, Minister of International Development and Minister responsible for the Pacific Economic Development Agency of Canada (PacifiCan), will provide details on how Budget 2022 will help create good, middle class jobs.
  27. Minister Ien highlights investments to create good jobs and build a strong economy in Budget 2022
  28. Minister O’Regan to highlight Budget 2022 investments that will grow the economy, create jobs and fight climate change
  29. The Honourable Harjit S. Sajjan, Minister of International Development and Minister responsible for the Pacific Economic Development Agency of Canada (PacifiCan) will provide details on how Budget 2022 will help create good, middle class jobs.
  30. Today, the Minister of Labour, Seamus O’Regan Jr., issued the following statement regarding the collective bargaining negotiations between Canadian Pacific Railway and the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference:
  31. Heath MacDonald, Member of Parliament for Malpeque, will provide details on two new projects to support Prince Edward Island (PEI) producers and food businesses.
  32. The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) seeks to fill several customer service positions of various levels. It is no longer necessary to live in a city where there is a CRA office; working remotely makes it possible to obtain interesting positions everywhere in Quebec.