Federal, provincial and territorial labour market ministers take action to help Canadians succeed in a changing economy
Regina, Saskatchewan, October 24, 2017 – Federal, Provincial and Territorial Ministers met in Regina today to continue work on a wide range of priorities concerning Canada’s labour market including: investing in jobs and skills training, improving labour market information, and facilitating the mobility of certified workers in Canada. Ministers welcomed Steven Tobin, Executive Director of the recently created Labour Market Information Council.
FLMM Initiatives: Labour Market Information Council
On June 28, 2016, Forum of Labour Market Ministers (FLMM) endorsed a business plan for the implementation of the new Labour Market Information Council (LMIC). Through the Council, governments and stakeholders will work together to ensure all Canadians, including students, businesses, workers and educators, have access to information they need to make informed decisions.
Labour Market Information Council Backgrounder
In July 2015, recognizing that timely, reliable, comprehensive and easily accessible labour market information (LMI) is critical to identifying and continuing to meet labour market needs, the Forum of Labour Market Ministers (FLMM) endorsed the creation of a Labour Market Information Council (LMIC).