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Shock-proofing project

Shock-proofing projects

We are making a $32 million investment in workers and employers in Canada. These 64 innovation projects explore ways evolving or emerging sectors and technologies can support workers displaced from socio-economic shocks as well as strengthening the economy of tomorrow.

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Craft

Craft, an online marketplace, enables artists and designers to sell their work and services while…
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Newcomer inclusion in Quebec small to medium enterprises

This project will help the manufacturing sector identify and improve the experience of onboarding immigrants…
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SOAR

This project is a bridging program for students and workers in Newfoundland & Labrador that…
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Newfoundland newcomer employment resilience network

Immigrants with skills in professional fields benefit from knowledge exchange, mentoring and networking to improve…
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Smart systems and digital technologies for a new era

A network of resources will be created from industry, municipalities, and McMaster University to facilitate…
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Securing sustainable northern fisheries

This partnership supports small-scale Arctic fisheries by introducing and promoting locally harvested products to Canada’s…
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Northern entrepreneur development network

This project creates a network to improve access to tools and training to help people…
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Yukon skills research and engagement

This research will examine and support Yukon as it recovers from the economic impact of…
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Minimizing gaps in Indigenous early learning

This project aims to find solutions to the shortage of trained Indigenous early learning and…