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About LMIC

The Labour Market Information Council (LMIC) is a not-for-profit organization established to identify and implement pan-Canadian priorities to address the need for more consistent and accessible labour market information for Canadians.

LMIC’s mandate is to improve the timeliness, reliability and accessibility of labour market information to facilitate decision-making by employers, workers, job seekers, academics, policy makers, educators, career practitioners, students, parents and under-represented populations.

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Conversations with Black entrepreneurs: What motivates entrepreneurship?

By Suzanne Spiteri | January 31, 2024

Listen to this article as an audio recording February is Black History Month: an invitation to recognize, celebrate and honour the profound contributions Black workers have made to building Canada’s…

What can the data tell us about Black entrepreneurs in Canada?

By Suzanne Spiteri | January 31, 2024

Listen to this article as an audio recording February is Black History Month: an invitation to recognize, celebrate and honour the profound contributions Black workers have made to building Canada’s…

A brief history of Black entrepreneurship in Canada

By Suzanne Spiteri | January 31, 2024

Listen to this article as an audio recording February is Black History Month: an invitation to recognize, celebrate and honour the profound contributions Black workers have made to building Canada’s…

How do career development professionals deliver labour market information to their clients?

By Lorena Camargo | January 22, 2024

Listen to this report as an audio recording In our recent report, Navigating labour market information: Challenges faced by career development professionals, we discussed the challenges that career development professionals…

Navigating labour market information: Challenges faced by career development professionals

By LMIC-CIMT | January 9, 2024

Career development professionals understand LMI but are challenged by the complexity of accessing and using it to generate relevant results for their clients.

LMIC to examine occupations at risk due to an aging workforce

By Laura Adkins-Hackett and Anne-Lore Fraikin | December 11, 2023

Listen to this report as an audio recording Canada’s workforce is aging, and the number of Canadian workers approaching retirement age has never been higher. Over the last several decades,…

What is “decent work”?

By Suzanne Spiteri and Kashyap Arora | December 4, 2023

Listen to this report as an audio recording The concept of “decent work” is an important one: it is the framework that countries worldwide use to develop initiatives, programs and…

What is a “good” job?

By Suzanne Spiteri | November 14, 2023

Listen to this report as an audio recording What makes a good job? The concept of a ‘good job’ or ‘good work’ is broad and debated among policy-makers, academics, economists,…

Annual Report 2022-2023

By LMIC-CIMT | November 13, 2023

LMIC’s annual report for the 2022-2023 fiscal year.

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