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Information Council

We are committed to improving the timeliness, reliability and accessibility of Canadian labour market information.

COVID-19 Labour Market Information

Now of Work

LMIC’s Now of Work Annotated Bibliography synthesizes the latest research findings related to COVID-19.

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The decisions Canadians make about jobs, careers, education, training and workforce development just got a lot tougher.

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Our latest Insight Report analyses the socio-demographic differences in LMI use across age, income, and gender.

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We conducted a series of public opinion surveys on ten groups of Canadians to understand their top labour market information (LMI) needs, sources and challenges...

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Students want forecasts of future job openings to help them identify job prospects in their ideal occupation and to understand the level of competition they may face when joining the labour market.

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COVID-19: Our Commitment to Canadians

The decisions Canadians make about jobs, careers, education, training and workforce development just got a lot tougher.

We at LMIC are discussing how to best serve our stakeholders with content that is relevant in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the meantime we will reduce our publishing and social media activities and encourage all our readers to follow recommendations from their local health authority and to support each other during these trying times.

Our team is active and working remotely. We remain focused on materially improving the relevance and accessibility of labour market information that helps Canadians and Canadian organizations navigate an increasingly complex world of work. These efforts will support the resilience of Canadians and the competitiveness of our economy, now and into the future. This mandate is more important – and challenging— than ever.

A message on behalf of Executive Director, Steven Tobin and David Ticoll, Chair of LMIC’s National Stakeholder Advisory Panel.

Values

Client Centric &

Demand Driven

We must be timely, relevant and accessible to consumers, users and other providers of labour market information, and responsive to their needs and demands.

Inclusive &

Collaborative

We are committed to providing labour market information and insights that respect the diversity of perspectives and needs that prevail across Canada.

Integrity &

Transparency

We lead with integrity through a relentless focus on quality and reliable labour market information and insights.

Innovative &

Evolutionary

We are committed to developing and embracing innovative ideas, new methods and new platforms through our collaborative and inclusive efforts.

From Our Blog

COVID-19: Our Commitment to Canadians

By LMIC_CIMT | March 19, 2020

The decisions Canadians make about jobs, careers, education, training and workforce development just got a lot tougher. We at LMIC are discussing how to best…

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Digging Deep Reveals New LMI Findings

By Bolanle Alake-Apata | March 12, 2020

We conducted a series of public opinion surveys on ten groups of Canadians to understand their top labour market information (LMI) needs, sources and challenges.…

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Working Moms

By Behnoush Amery | March 9, 2020

The last UN Progress of the World’s Women, a report that annually takes stock of the situation of women around the globe, focused on families…

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