- Labour Market Overview
- Labour Market Information
- Labour Force Statistics
- Canada’s Immigrant Labour Market
- Information on Occupational Classifications
- Employment Insurance
- Payroll Deductions
- Wage Facts
Human Resources and Skills Development Canada supports several Employment Programs to help unemployed and underemployed Canadians, including those facing barriers to employment.
The Youth Employment Strategy is the Government of Canada’s commitment to help young people, particularly those facing barriers to employment, get the information and gain the skills, work experience and abilities they need to make a successful transition into the labour market.
Here you can find about the funding opportunities (grants and contributions) that are offered by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), the Labour Program and Service Canada by browsing programs accepting applications or funding by topic.
Here you can find information about self-employment program that will help you to open a business and get 36 weeks financial support through Employment Insurance Benefits.
Here you can find information about the programs to assist individuals, businesses and community organizations to identify employment resources such as jobs, labour market information and training opportunities.
This Targeted Initiative for Older Workers helps unemployed workers aged 55 to 64 return to work
Here you can find information how to find a job, how to upgrade your skills.
Through programming and policy the NWAC Labour Market Development department strives to improve the lives and well-being or Aboriginal women and girls. NWAC LMD works with public and private industry on recruitment and retention of Aboriginal women and girls. Priority is placed on meaningful partnership development and projects that engage in skills development and training.
Here you can find information about technical trainings, implement an apprenticeship program; certificate qualification and more information.
Canada Summer Jobs provides funding to help employers create summer job opportunities for students. It is designed to focus on local priorities, while helping both students and their communities.
Manitoba Mentors supports career development in the schools by coordinating events to provide career awareness opportunities for students. By attending industry tours, school presentations and informational interviews, students can acquire first-hand information about the realities of the world of work.
Manitoba Farm Mentorship began connecting aspiring, new, and transitioning farmers with training and networking opportunities in Manitoba. Since then, MFM has been dedicated to placing interns with mentor farmers who are practicing organic, sustainable, and natural farming. MFM has also offered workshops and courses, networking and social events, and we have developed relationships with the provincial government, universities and colleges, non-profit organizations and other partners to encourage more support for new and aspiring farmers in Manitoba.
The main purpose of a worker co-operative is to provide employment for its members through operating an enterprise that follows the Co-operative Principles and Values. When new employees join the business, after a successful probationary period they are encouraged to apply for membership. The worker co-op is, in principle, designed to provide benefits not just to the founding members but also to all future employee/members.
Here you can find information about innovation and funding services customized to your specific needs. IRAP will help you accelerate the growth of your business through innovation and technology.
You could receive a financial contribution towards the salary of a post-secondary graduate to help you research, develop and commercialize new technologies.
The Worker Co-op Fund, Tenacity Works, is an investment fund whose purpose is to create new and to expand existing worker-owned co-operatives in all regions of Canada.
Partnering with business, industry and labour to enhance workforce skills and knowledge, Industry Workforce Development (IWD) promotes business and industry-related human resource development to create a highly skilled, knowledgeable and adaptable workforce in Manitoba. This focus recognizes that a high-performance workplace is directly linked to meeting business goals and improving bottom-line results.
From training strategies and human resource needs assessment to supporting corporate investment in skills training, IWD is committed to partnering with key stakeholders in business, industry, labour, education and government to ensure Manitoba’s workforce is equipped for success — now and in the future.
Green Team creates summer employment opportunities for youth aged 15 to 29 years. Participating employers provide a variety of community development projects that improve neighbourhoods, promote community involvement and help develop young leaders.
This program is available to employers that hire co-op students who are about to, or have graduated in the past 18 months. Eligible employers can receive up to $2500 per year for two years and include corporations, Crown and municipal corporations, non-profit agencies, and unincorporated professionals.
The Aboriginal Skills and Employment Partnership (ASEP) program is a nationally managed skills development program designed to promote maximum employment for Aboriginal people on major economic opportunities through a collaborative partnership approach. The ASEP program supports multi-year training and employment strategies that are developed and managed by formalized partnerships to train individuals for targeted jobs.
This program is designed to Aboriginal Canadian to help them to find a job, as well as how to upgrade their skills.
Aboriginal labour market programs are available to increase workforce participation and help First Nations, Métis and Inuit people prepare for, find and maintain jobs. These programs are delivered across Canada by Aboriginal agreement holders.
Here you will find the information to get started as an apprentice, register for technical training, implement an apprenticeship program in your workplace, challenge the exam for your Certificate of Qualification and much more.
The Co-op Education & Apprenticeship Tax Credits (CEATC) is a family of programs that provide incentives to employers who offer work experience to young Manitobans.