Katie Sheedy is a designer and communications specialist who is passionate about creating accessible and engaging digital content. Her work is focused on knowledge translation and data visualization. Katie is passionate about creating content that is accessible for all.
Before joining LMIC, Katie split her time between freelancing and working for a policy think tank. Prior to her career in design and communications, Katie was a lawyer and worked as an in-house counsel specializing in corporation management and real estate law.
Katie holds a diploma in graphic design from Algonquin College, a law degree and an undergraduate degree in political science from the University of Ottawa.
Employer-sponsored skills training vital in Canada’s changing workforce landscape
Dr. Nancy Adossi, Senior Bilingual Policy Analyst with the Future Skills Centre (FSC), reflects on the findings in FSC and LMIC’s recent joint report, Employer-sponsored skills training: A picture of…
Request for Proposals: Addressing Biases in Online Job Posting Data for Measuring Job Vacancies
The Labour Market Information Council (LMIC) is seeking proposals to conduct a comprehensive analysis on the measurement of job vacancies using online job postings. Download the RFP Inquiries related to…
Employer-Sponsored Skills Training
A picture of skills training opportunities provided by Canadian employers
Labour Market Outcomes of Immigrant Youth: Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic
How are young immigrants faring in Canada’s labour market?
Immigrant youth in the labour force less likely to be in school: new report
Latest data from LMIC and CCYP finds that the increasing labour force participation of immigrant youth has corresponded to a drop in school attendance. OTTAWA, ON, February 8, 2023 –…
What can the data tell us about Black Canadians and the labour market?
Listen to this report as an audio recording February is Black history month: an invitation to recognize, celebrate and honour the profound contributions that Black workers have made to the building…