London Economic Region* - Labour Market Briefing By Emilian Siman May 9, 2016
May 9 - 12:36 pm
May 6 - 12:12 pm
The mobility of labour force is an issue of concern for most communities, urban or rural. Economic growth depends on communities’ capability of attracting skilled and knowledgeable workers.
May 6 - 12:03 pm
In a news release from May 4th, 2016, Ontario Ministry of Education reaffirmed the provincial government's commitment to prepa
April 28 - 2:23 pm
On April 26, 2016 the
April 27 - 2:23 pm
December 23 - 2:51 pm
In the second part of December of 2015, the Rural Ontario Institute (ROI) made available its fifth set of Focus on Rural Ontario fact sheets informing us about the non-me
December 23 - 11:42 am
Recently Arva Industries Inc. successfully secured a $12 million contract with Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan.
December 8 - 2:19 pm
Conference Board of Canada has published in November 2015 an interesting study upon Canadian PhDs and their careers titled “Inside and Outside the Acad
December 4 - 10:08 am
Ministry of Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure announced today December 4, 2015 that the province is assisting Starlim North America and Poly-Nova Technologies Limited Partnership to expand their operations in London and Guelph, creating 24 new jobs and retainin
December 1 - 1:52 pm
Yesterday, November 30th 2015, Statistics Canada released a daily briefing informing us about “hours worked and labour productivity” during 2014.
November 24 - 1:53 pm
In November 20, 2015, Ministry of Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure informed
November 24 - 1:15 pm
The Rural Ontario Institute made available the fourth set of information sheets, which looks into the economic sectors within non-metro areas in the province of Ontario.
November 24 - 9:48 am
As part of the government’s plan to build Ontario up, the Ontario College of Trades and the province have been working towards promoting and improving skilled trades in the province.
November 23 - 1:22 pm
New report by the cross-coalition of 90 labour and community organizations named “The Ontario Common Front” shows that Ontario became the toughest province to live and work.
November 23 - 11:42 am
The Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario (HEQCO) informed us in November 17, 2015 that they released two reports on access programs: "