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Passport to Career Success – Motivated Youth and Mentors Wanted

The Youth Career Mentorship Program (YCMP) is a new pilot program unlike anything currently offered in the Algoma region. YCMP will connect local youth...

‘Human skills’ best way for workers to adjust to rise of the machines: study

OTTAWA — A year into its effort to help equip youth for the rapidly evolving workforce, one of the country's largest banks says enhancing young Canadians' human skills will be critical in...
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SteelTown Pride: Job searches, skill development, and $$

Sometimes career paths and 'the path to success' are not always as linear as we predicted when we were young. Sometimes we could use...
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Job Fair next week in Wawa for Alamos – Island Gold mine

The Alamos – Island Gold mine in Wawa is putting on a job fair March 21st. Bring you resume with you! If you need to...

In the news today, Feb. 9

Six stories in the news for Friday, Feb. 9 ——— NDP LEADER SINGH 'DISTURBED' BY STOFFER ALLEGATIONS NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says he is "deeply disturbed" by allegations...

Feds to invest $49M to support advanced manufacturing at Linamar auto part maker

The federal government will announce a $49-million grant to help automotive parts maker Linamar Corp. develop its advanced manufacturing technologies. Economic Development Minister Navdeep Bains will make the announcement this morning...

Canadian marijuana companies search for workers ahead of legalization

VANCOUVER — Canadian marijuana companies are on a hiring spree, looking to fill an array of roles as they gear up for the legalization of...

Unemployment rate tumbles to 5.7% to reach lowest mark in more than 40 years

OTTAWA — The unemployment rate fell to its lowest level in more than 40 years as Canada closed out a calendar year that saw...

Bank of Canada estimates 60,000 fewer jobs due to minimum wage increases

OTTAWA — The Bank of Canada estimates there will be about 60,000 fewer jobs by 2019 due to the increases in minimum wages across...

First Nations look to grow marijuana industry for economic highs

VANCOUVER — Canada's marijuana industry is expanding rapidly and some First Nations are looking to cash in on the emerging economic opportunities. Phil Fontaine, an Indigenous politician turned...