All of our activities, projects, and research are made possible through partnerships. We are committed to working closely with our partners and widely sharing the results to further promote collaboration.

A large group of individuals listening to a panel.

Our engagement strategy is based on Stakeholder Engagement and Knowledge Mobilization. We are building a pan-Canadian network of partners and stakeholders to encourage collaboration, the exchange of ideas, and sharing of knowledge and best practices. We will also ensure that our work is accessible to all Canadians and that knowledge is available in the right form, at the right place, at the right time.

Latest News

Teenage boy with headphones in front of a laptop

Making up time: Careers and education of young adults disrupted by pandemic, survey reveals

TORONTO, November 25, 2021 – The pandemic dealt a heavy blow to young people in…
Attendees speak to a Resume World Inc. representative during the 19th edition of the National Job Fair and Training Expo at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on Sept. 27, 2011. A recent study raised concerns that many Canadians don’t know what careers services are or how to access them at a time when many have experienced employment changes as a result of the pandemic. THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Canada lags other countries in using career advisory services, study showsexternal link icon

Nov. 18, 2021 — written by Irene Galea, The Globe and Mail
News

All Activities

  • Filter by Themes
  • Advancing Inclusion
  • Building Capacity
  • Supporting Employers
  • Supporting Workers
  • Filter by Type
  • Blog
  • E-Newsletter
  • Event
  • Past Events
  • Regional Sounding Tour
  • Infographic
  • Insights
  • News
  • News Release
  • Press
  • Podcast
  • Policy Options Op-Ed
  • Video
  • Webinar
  • Filter by Region
  • Alberta
  • British Columbia
  • New Brunswick
  • Nova Scotia
  • Ontario

Making up time: Careers and education of young adults disrupted by pandemic, survey reveals

TORONTO, November 25, 2021 – The pandemic dealt a heavy blow to young people in Canada, disproportionately affecting their careers and educational paths, and especially those who are Indigenous, Black or have disabilities, according to a new survey from the Environics Institute.

Adults and career services: Three key findings

When I moved to Canada, I was completely clueless about the education system, the labour market and career pathways. So much so, that I struggled […]

Two ways we can connect more adults to career services in Canada

In Canada, only 19% of adults report using career services – lower than in other OECD countries. Recently LMIC launched its latest insight report in […]

Needs of small businesses must be top of mind in economic recovery: Webinar

As the Canadian economy begins to rebound and rebuild after the pandemic, it will be crucial for governments and policy makers to consider the needs […]

Canada lags other countries in using career advisory services, study showsexternal link icon

Nov. 18, 2021 — written by Irene Galea, The Globe and Mail

Majority of Canadians not accessing career services despite unprecedented job market shakeup, reveals new report

OTTAWA, ON, November 18, 2021 – Today the Labour Market Information Council (LMIC) and the Future Skills Centre (FSC) released new research which finds that few Canadian adults are taking advantage of career services at a time when COVID-19 has dramatically impacted Canada’s job market.

Focus on labour market information

Labour Market Information is a strategic priority: our mission is to help provide accurate, practical and timely information to Canadian employers, workers and policymakers for their skills development strategies
View all Engagement