Updated April 2019
Topics covered include:
- Aboriginal programs
- Urban/rural divide
- Labour market outcomes of immigrants and racial minorities
- Internal migration
- The role of government in overseeing the labour market
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Calgary Chamber of Commerce, (October 2009) Update. Aboriginal Workforce Initiative: Research to Action-Improving Aboriginal Labour Market Outcomes in the Calgary Region. Calgary, Canada: Calgary Chamber of Commerce.
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Canadian Council on Learning, (September 2009). Securing Prosperity through Canada’s Human Infrastructure: The State of Adult Learning and Workforce Training in Canada. Ottawa, Canada: CCL.
Canadian Council on Learning, (2007). Is it Possible to Accurately Forecast Labour Market Needs? British Columbia Ministry of Advanced Education.
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CCL (Canadian Council on Learning) (January 10, 2007). Is it Possible to Accurately Forecast Labour Market Needs? Ottawa: Canadian Council on Learning.
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Centre for Spatial Economics (2006) “Consultations on Enhancing Canada’s Labour Market Supply Modeling Capacity at Provincial-Territorial Level: Recommendations Report.” Prepared for the Forum of Labour Market Ministers Working Group.
Charet, J. (2006). The Role of Labour Standards in a Human Capital Strategy. Ottawa: Federal Labour Standards Review Commission.
Chaykowski, R. (2005a). Canadian Workers Most in Need of Labour Standards Protection: A Review of the Nature and Extent of Vulnerability in the Canadian Labour Market and Federal Jurisdiction. Ottawa: Federal Labour Standards Review Commission.
Chaykowski, R. (2005b). Non-Standard Work and Economic Vulnerability. Vulnerable Workers. Ottawa: Canadian Policy Research Networks.
Chueng, L., (2005). Racial Status and Employment Outcomes. Ottawa: Canadian Labour Congress.
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Cooper, Merrill, (2006). Social Sustainability in Vancouver. Canadian Policy Research Networks.
Corley Consulting Inc. (2007). The Labour Market Framework for Yukon. Edmonton, AB: Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce.
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Davos-Klosters, (2014). Matching Skills and Labour Market Needs. Building Social Partnerships for Better Skills and Better Jobs. World Economic Forum.
Debus, A., George, B., Petkov, P., (2008). Help Wanted: Labour Shortage Troubles Deepen for SME’s in 2007. Canadian Federation of Independent Business www.cfib.ca
Decker, R., Haltiwanger, J., Jarmin, R., Miranda, J. (2016). The decline of high-growth entrepreneurship. Athabasca University.
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Deloitte, (2007). Talent Matters: Shaping Talent Strategies in a Changing World, A Study of the Toronto Financial Services Industry Talent Market, Toronto Financial Services Alliance.
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Dinc, Y. (2019). Five Potential Diversity, Inclusion Immigrant Integration Trends in the Workforce – 2019. TRIEC.
Douglas, H., (2009). ‘Employment trends meet talent crunch.’ Calgary Herald, 11 October.
Drewes, T., (2010). Postsecondary Education and the Labour Market in Ontario. Toronto: Higher education Quality Council of Ontario.
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Dunn, K., (2005). Estimating and Forecasting Aggregate Retirement Flows in the Canadian Labour Market. Human Resources Social Development Canada.
ECO Canada (2008). Environmental Labour Insights 2008: Employer Perspectives Draft Report. Calgary, Alberta: Author.
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Eichorst, W. and Konle-Seidl, R. (2005). The Interaction of Labour Market Regulation and Labour Market Policies in Welfare State Reform. Bonn, Germany: Institute for the Study of Labour, http://repec.iza.org/dp1718.pdf.
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Foot, D., Open the door, but not just yet. The Globe & Mail, (October 1, 2005). P. A25.
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Government of Canada (2009). Business Invest in Canada: Services.
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Hibbert, M., (2008). Racialized Immigrants In Canada’s Changing Labour Market: an Investigation Of The Effects Of Precarious Work On Black Caribbean Women. Ryerson University. Digital Commons.
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Howell, D. R., (ed.) (2008). Fighting Unemployment: The Limits of Free-Market Orthodoxy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 72-118.
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