Career Guidance Stakeholder Committee
Calling all passionate experts to join the LMIC-FSC Career Guidance Stakeholder Committee to help shape new career guidance tools for Canadians.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors, in consultation with stakeholders, is responsible for determining the direction and priorities of LMIC. The Board is composed of 15 senior government officials representing each province and territory, as well as Employment and Social Development Canada and Statistics Canada.
National Stakeholder Advisory Panel
The National Stakeholder Advisory Panel (NSAP) provides strategic recommendations on organizational priorities and projects. The NSAP is composed of non-government stakeholders who have substantial insight and expertise in labour market information.
Labour Market Information Experts Panel
The Labour Market Information Experts Panel acts as a key resource for feedback, advice and guidance on research practices and methods. The Experts Panel is drawn from a variety of fields and sectors across the country.
LMIC staff work collaboratively towards the goal of improving the timeliness, reliability and accessibility of LMI. The team is composed of a diverse group of individuals who have management, labour market information, economics, research, data, communications and content management experience.