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The Territories Leading Canada in Economic Growth

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| Feb 29, 2012

Aboriginal Workers: Integral to Canada’s Ongoing Competitiveness and Performance

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  • Jessica Edge
| Feb 01, 2012
In the coming years, Canada’s economy is unlikely to have enough workers with the right skills to meet its labour market needs. Our workforce is aging at an accelerating rate, and the fertility levels of the Canadian population are below replacement levels. Canada’s Aboriginal population—including Métis, Inuit, and First Nations—can play an important role in helping meet Canada’s current and future labour market needs.

Lessons Learned: Improving Educational Outcomes in Northern Communities

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| Jan 23, 2012

Transportation Infrastructure Gaps in Canada’s North

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| Dec 05, 2011

Building Labour Force Capacity in Canada’s North

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| Nov 11, 2011

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