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Digging in: New ways to boost the mining industry’s talent pool

The Canadian mining industry will need to hire over 80,000 new workers to fill vacant positions by 2025. That’s the projection of the Mining Industry...

Shortage of skilled tradespeople and apprentices requires range of supports

Canada needs skilled tradespeople. According to the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum (CAF-FCA), over the five-year period from 2022 to 2026, an estimated 122,380 new journeypersons will...

The future of work in the era of demographic, digital and green transitions

This is a translation. Please click here for the original blog post in French. The employment landscape is changing, facing three major transitions: demographic, digital...

Workforce development strategy needed to address skills mismatch

It’s unfortunate to have people out of work in Ontario while many employers cannot find qualified candidates to fill job vacancies. Labour shortages are one...

What we’re talking about when we talk about the future of skills

The world of skills development is changing swiftly, for three reasons: 1) population aging is leading to widespread labour shortages, which highlights a nation’s relative...

Deeper integration between schools, post-secondary institutions and industry needed to address skills and labour shortages

Over the past decade in Atlantic Canada, we have watched as our demographic situation has worsened due to a low birth rate, an aging population,...

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