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Outlook & Prospects for Boat Operators in Yukon Territory
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Local Employment Potential Information
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No employment outlook has been assigned to Boat Operators (NOC 7436) in Yukon due to low levels of employment.
Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Sep 12 - Sep 16, 2016
- The Government of Yukon is providing a $60,000 annual contribution for three years to the SingleTrack to Success Project. The funding will create employment opportunities for Indigenous youth.
- The Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency is providing $560,000 to RAB Energy to help consolidate its manufacturing facilities in Whitehorse. The company expects to create 12 to 15 new full-time jobs.
- The Klondike Development Organization is receiving $0.9M from the Government of Canada and Yukon Housing Corporation to build an eight-unit affordable housing project in downtown Dawson City
- The MacBride Museum of Yukon History is receiving $6M in combined government funding to construct a new building in downtown Whitehorse
- Alkan Air is launching air service between Whitehorse and Watson Lake with flights three times a week, starting on September 12, 2016
- The Government of Canada is providing Yukon $7.8M for 48 community infrastructure projects through the federal Gas Tax Fund. In total, Yukon will receive more than $15.7M through the fund this year.
- Goldcorp, a Vancouver-based gold producer, is adding staff to its Whitehorse office
- The Government of Yukon awarded $121,000 to the Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Society of Yukon through the Mental Wellness Innovation Fund
- Dawson City has approved the development of an affordable housing project by the Tr'ondek Hwech'in First Nation. The building is expected to be complete by October 2017.
- Mining and stockpiling ore at the Minto Mine are expected to continue until the beginning of October 2016, ensuring further employment for the Pelly Construction crew. The original plans called for mining to stop in August.
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