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Canada Employment News Centre - Recent Events
Backgrounder Youth Employment Strategy and Canada Summer Jobs
The Government of Canada is keeping its commitment to helping the middle class and those seeking to join it by improving the Employment Insurance (EI) program. New measures are now in effect this month that will make more Canadians eligible for support, simplify job-search rules, and provide more help for people impacted by the commodities sector downturn. It will mean that EI is there for more Canadians that need it, when they need it.
Statement by the Honourable MaryAnn Mihychuk, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour
I am pleased that there has been movement at the bargaining table and that progress is being made. I encourage both Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers to continue their discussions beyond the lockout notice deadline. I remain hopeful that an agreement can be reached by the parties.
Minister Qualtrough's announcement on an engagement process that will inform planned accessibility legislation
Welcome everyone. Thank you for being here today at the historic Plant Recreation Centre in Ottawa. My name is Jan Ditchfield. I am your master of ceremonies today.
The Temporary Foreign Worker Program needs to change. I have said before that the Government of Canada will bring forward a plan later this year to address the problems with this program. We want to ensure that the rights of those working through the Program are protected, that the Program is not undermining job opportunities for Canadians and that there is a pathway to permanent residency for eligible applicants.