Still confident in themselves and the social safety net as the impact of the pandemic set in.
Shipping, logistics, supply chain manufacturing still operating and still expect to be operational.
691,400 Canadians employed by the industry, including subsectors, up from 684,700 a year earlier.
…but strongest labour market for manufacturing in 14 years is expected during the next three months.
But wage growth softened slightly.
Hawkesbury has the largest share of workers at high risk of being affected by technology.
Canada is at a disadvantage for attracting and retaining those we rely on for innovation, employment growth and prosperity.
Increase outpaces US job creation, figures show an increase of just 20,000 new positions.
US economy still healthy; workers enjoy job security.
Changes will disproportionately affect younger workers who dominate food services and other industries at highest risk for automation.
Employment Outlook Survey shows job prospects in manufacturing improving.
Average hourly wage growth, closely watched by the Bank of Canada, remained strong last month at 3.6%.
Manufacturing employment was down by 18,000, virtually unchanged compared with a year ago.
Addresses one of the major unresolved issues in the LGBTQ rights movement.
Review will be designed to better target young Canadians who need the most help to get into the changing labour market.