Countdown is on for the 2020 Skills Ontario Competition
Young people put to the test in more than 70 contests, including robotics, mechatronics, coding and welding.
Michigan prison’s ‘vocational village’ provides inmate job training
Research finds that prisoners receiving educational training were 43% less likely to re-offend than those who did not.
BC firms hiring skilled people from Alberta’s oilpatch
An estimated 100,000 thousand direct and indirect oil sector workers have lost their jobs.
This is how Tim Hudak plans to create a million jobs in Ontario
Plan includes cuts to corporate and personal taxes, and eliminating restrictions on skilled trade certifications.
New immigration program targeted at skilled trades to start next year
Program will accept a maximum of 3,000 applications in the first year.
Workers at Toronto Bombardier plant ratify contracts
Agreements provide wage, benefit and pension gains.
National conference focuses on skill trades
Join the conversation on building skilled talent across Canada by participating in the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum’s national conference in Regina June 3 to 5.