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Outlook & Prospects for Engineering Managers in Lethbridge--Medicine Hat Region
The future forecast and current conditions for an occupation can vary based on location or due to changes in the economy, technology, or demand for a product or service.
Provincial Employment Potential Information
The following table identifies employment conditions within Alberta.
|Location||Employment Potential||Release Date|
|Alberta||(3 of 3 stars)||2015-05-29|
For the 2014-2016 period, the employment outlook is expected to be good for Engineering Managers (NOC 0211) in Alberta.
This outlook is the result of an analysis of a number of factors that influence employment prospects in this occupation. Some of the key findings are that:
- Employment growth is expected to be moderate.
- A large number of people are expected to retire.
- This occupation has recently experienced moderate levels of unemployment.
|Location||Employment Potential||Release Date|
|Athabasca--Grande Prairie--Peace River Region||(Undetermined)||2015-05-29|
|Banff--Jasper--Rocky Mountain House Region||(Undetermined)||2015-05-29|
|Calgary Region||(3 of 3 stars)||2015-05-29|
|Edmonton Region||(2 of 3 stars)||2015-05-29|
|Lethbridge--Medicine Hat Region||(Undetermined)||2015-05-29|
|Red Deer Region||(3 of 3 stars)||2015-05-29|
|Wood Buffalo--Cold Lake Region||(3 of 3 stars)||2015-05-29|
Labour Market Bulletins
An analysis of the local labour market and an assessment of local employment-related events.
(To access archived Labour Market Bulletins not appearing on this webpage, please contact us).
- December 2015 | (PDF, 552 KB)
- November 2015 | (PDF, 552 KB)
- October 2015 | (PDF, 552 KB)
- September 2015 | (PDF, 248 KB)
- August 2015 | (PDF, 541 KB)
- July 2015 | (PDF, 591 KB)
- June 2015 | (PDF, 591 KB)
- Annual Edition 2014 | (PDF, 607KB)
Provincial / Territorial Labour Market NewsWeek of Jan 25 - Jan 29, 2015
- Oilers Entertainment Group hired two assistant general managers to oversee facility operations and live entertainment for Rogers Place in downtown Edmonton
- Ivanhoé Cambridge is joining forces with Simon to build a shopping outlet centre at the Edmonton International Airport. The site is expected to have approximately 100 stores and open in the fall of 2017.
- Calgary-based Paramount Resources reduced employee salaries for 2016 and eliminated most of its corporate consultant positions. The company also cut labour and travel costs for its field operations.
- Canadian Pacific Railway plans to cut 1,000 positions this year, as it adjusts to lower shipment volumes. The company said most of the cuts to unionized and management positions will result from attrition and start by the middle of 2016.
- Kasian Architecture plans to add staff to its Calgary office, primarily due to demand for services on projects outside of the region. Out of its 60 Calgary employees, a third are working on two large facilities in Saskatchewan, while 12 staff are working on a project in Qatar.
- Lethbridge-based API Labs garnered support from the Government of Alberta and the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce for a thebaine poppy processing facility. If approved, the project will produce morphine, codeine and other high-demand medications, and create at least 300 jobs.
- The first phase of Elim Village, an $11M non-profit retirement facility, opened in Lethbridge. The 42-unit residence offers all-inclusive rents with three cooked meals and an on-site activity coordinator.
- In spite of the recent closures or downsizing of 15 businesses in Medicine Hat, local realtors are reporting strong demand for light industrial rentals. According to industry sources, landlords have cut their prices and small businesses are still seeking manufacturing space.
- MRC Global, a supplier to the oil and gas industry, is closing its office in Medicine Hat after 18 years of operation
- PepsiCo Foods Canada is closing its Spitz seed distribution warehouse in Medicine Hat on February 19, affecting six employees. The company plans to move distribution to its Bow Island facility.
- The City of Medicine Hat plans to expand the terminal ramp at its regional airport this year, at a cost of $786,000. The main runaway is also scheduled for repaving, but the $7.5M project is contingent on receipt of an aviation infrastructure grant from the federal government.
- WestJet announced that it is reducing direct service between Calgary and Brandon, effective February 15, 2016. The airline attributes the change to the downturn in the economy.
- The Government of Alberta providing an additional $5M to help small and medium-sized technology companies grow, as part of a greater effort to diversify the provincial economy
- Schlumberger, the world's largest oilfield service provider, is cutting another 10,000 jobs in response to reduced customer demand. The company did not disclose a geographic breakdown of the layoffs.
- Pengrowth Energy, an intermediate oil producer based in Calgary, announced a cessation of drilling for the 2016 fiscal year. Instead, the company's budget is aimed primarily at safety, asset integrity and maintaining existing operations.
- An expansion is underway to High River Hospital's cancer clinic. The $1.6M project is expected to be complete by November.
- London Drugs and Mark's Work Warehouse are set to occupy some of the space vacated by the former Target store in the St. Albert Centre mall. Other new tenants are expected by the end of 2016.
- The Town of Carstairs cut their portion of funding for the Rocky View Regional Handibus Service, citing a lack of ridership
- The Brick, an Edmonton-based furniture and appliance retailer, is closing its call centres in Edmonton and Kirkland, Quebec. The Edmonton call centre has approximately nine employees. The company plans to move most workers to other positions, but some staffing reductions are expected.
- Saucier + Perrotte, a Montreal architectural firm, is in line to design the $180M Lewis Farms Recreation Centre in Edmonton. As part of the proposed contract, the company is partnering with local business, Architecture Tkalcic Bengert.
- Big Rig Craft Distillery, a micro-distillery in Nisku, started producing and distributing vodka to local liquor stores
- Walmart Canada opened four new super centre locations in Alberta. The stores in Brooks, Drayton Valley, Edson and Stettler each added approximately 20 new staff.
- The City of Brooks awarded contracts for janitorial and cleaning services for the Lakeside Leisure Centre and other public facilities. A new contract with Jag Cleaning runs for three years.
- A new adventure company opened in the Fort McMurray-area. Adventure Borealis offers traditional indigenous activities such as snowshoeing, ice fishing, trapping and arts and crafts.
- Rogers Media is cutting 200 production jobs across its TV, radio and digital properties. No details were provided on the affected locations.
- WestJet reduced its service between Calgary and Edmonton, while also dropping flights to other destinations in Western Canada. The changes are a result of lower customer demand and the airline is shifting some of its resources to Eastern Canada.
- Great Prairie Energy Services, a Calgary-based oilfield services company, was placed in receivership. The company had operations at six locations in Alberta and Saskatchewan.
- Northern Lakes College is closing its branch in Barrhead in June 2016, after 12 years of operation. The local campus was originally opened to deliver a two-year practical nursing program.
- Trican Well Service, a Calgary-based oilfield services company, completed the sale of its US well-pumping business for $285M. The Keane Group will acquire the majority of Trican's US assets, including equipment and key employees.
- The Pomeroy Inn Suites officially opened in Vermilion
- The Siksika First Nation is holding a Career and Employment Expo at the Community Centre Building on March 10, 2016. The event is also being hosted to create business partnerships between the Nation, Strathmore and surrounding communities.
- Ag Spectra Whole Earth Science and Technology is planning a greenhouse operation in Magrath. The Starfield Centre would use geothermal technologies for locally grown produce. The first greenhouse is expected to create the equivalent of 60 full-time jobs.
- The Government of Alberta announced a salary wage freeze for public-sector managers and other non-union employees for two years. The move affects approximately 7,000 provincial employees and is expected to save the government $28.5M annually.
- ICE District Properties Joint Venture announced that the new hotel adjacent to Rogers Place will be upgraded to the luxury JW Marriott brand, the third such hotel in Canada. The building is expected to open in 2018.
- Brewsters Brewing, a regional craft beer brewer with brewpub restaurants in Alberta, recently started marketing its beers in bottles at retail liquor outlets. Recent changes to liquor regulations in Alberta have allowed the company to sell bottled product.
- The Leduc-Nisku Economic Development Association estimates that 7,000 to 8,000 jobs have been lost in the Nisku area, just south of Edmonton, in the last 18 months. The layoffs have had a ripple effect in other areas of the local economy.
- BuildForce Canada, an Ottawa-based industry group, is estimating that energy companies will require approximately 10,000 workers for maintenance work at oilsands operations in the spring of 2016. Industry groups are projecting that even with low crude oil prices, capital expenditures on existing oilsands operations and maintenance are expected to increase.
- The alternative energy technology program at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology is reporting that student numbers have almost triple since the first class in 2011. Most of the students are tradespersons returning for further education.
- Coulee Brew Company recently opened a $10M brewery complete with a pub, a family restaurant and meeting rooms, in Lethbridge. The company is adding a canning line and plans to produce a line of soda pop. The company has future plans for a micro-distillery to produce rye whiskey and vodka.
- The City of Lethbridge has awarded a contract for the restoration of the historic Galt Museum to Cobra Corporate Management. The work is expected to cost almost $0.9M and will take one year to complete.
- Nitro Construction Ltd. of Lethbridge has been awarded a contract worth approximately $731,000 to build an eight-change-room heated facility at the North Lethbridge Sports Park. The revised structure will meet the requirements of provincial and national tournament standards.
- Suncor Energy and Canadian Oil Sands have come to terms on a deal worth approximately $6.6B. The agreement is primarily an exchange of shares between the companies, but includes $2.4B in debt that Suncor will assume.
- Williams Energy Canada has plans for a $2.5B petrochemical facility near Edmonton, pending the results of the Government of Alberta royalty review panel. The facility would directly create 80 full-time jobs, with another 1,500 construction positions at its peak. Methanex Corp is also proposing a US $1.3B methanol plant at its Medicine Hat facility.
- BuildForce Canada is forecasting that Alberta could lose 31,000 construction jobs by 2019 in a recent report. In the oilsands sector alone, construction jobs are forecast to decline by 28 percent from the peak in 2014.
- Loblaws, a national grocery store chain, is opening a City Market branded store in Calgary. The store plans to open on January 29, 2016 and will employ just over 200 people according to the owner.
- Remedy Café, a local coffee chain, is opening its fifth restaurant in Edmonton in March 2016
- DBS Environmental, a Lethbridge-based company, has taken over operation of all the waste transfer sites in Lethbridge County. The company is also helping Lethbridge Regional Waste Management administer the recycling trailers.
- A group of entrepreneurs in Medicine Hat has formed The Compass, a new co-working space to bring businesses and entrepreneurs together in one location. VA Angels, one of the largest angel investment companies in Canada, also has office space in The Compass to provide funding for start-up companies.
- Our House Child Care Centre, a local child care facility, has recently opened in Morinville. The facility offers a weekly music program and outdoor play space.
- WestJet is suspending its service from Fort McMurray to Kelowna effective February 15, 2016 due to reduced passenger demand. Service between Fort McMurray and Red Deer has already been cancelled, along with a daily flight to Denver.
- The Westlock Volunteer Fire Department is actively recruiting new members to boost their firefighting services. Although the firefighters work on a volunteer basis, they get an honorarium to complete the training and for each emergency call performed.
- The Prairie North Health Centre, a regional health facility, recently opened in Lloydminster. The centre is home to seven physicians, a primary health care registered nurse case manager, and other allied health professionals.
- According to the Fort McMurray Real Estate Board, sales of single-family detached homes in 2015 were down roughly 41 per cent compared to 2014, with lower selling prices. The vacancy rate for rental accommodation has risen to 30 percent.
- Gateway Casinos and Entertainment is recruiting for up to 200 jobs at a new site in downtown Edmonton. The company also has plans for 250 new positions at the Starlight Casino at West Edmonton Mall by the fall of 2016.
- Bad Axe Throwing, a recreational axe throwing facility which has five outlets in Ontario, opened its first location outside that province in Edmonton. Bad Axe targets the organized functions market such as corporate team-building events, bachelor or bachelorette parties and birthday celebrations.
- Windsor Pizza, a pizza outlet offering Windsor style pizza, has recently opened in Calgary
- The City of Cold Lake has contracted with Global Traffic Group to provide photo enhanced traffic enforcement until October 31, 2018. Photo radar will be set up to include speed, red light, stop sign, cross walk safety and distracted driver safety.
- Rocky View Schools is planning for a new elementary school in the Hillcrest neighbourhood in Airdrie, pending final approval from the Government of Alberta. The facility could be open for the 2019 school year.
- Pizza Delight, a franchise pizza restaurant in Fort Saskatchewan, closed on January 14, 2016. The franchise owner plans to open her own restaurant at the same site, Ollie's Pizza Pantry, and retain all of the 20 full-time and part-time staff.
- The City of Fort Saskatchewan is expanding its business development program grants. Businesses are allowed to receive one grant once every three years.
- Postmedia Network Canada Corp., has cut 90 positions across Canada, including 35 in Edmonton and 30 jobs in Calgary. The company is consolidating operations, and eliminating some editors and writers.
- Earth's General Store, an Edmonton organic and natural foods retailer, launched a small downtown delivery service taking organic produce, snacks, coffee and tea to local businesses, via cargo bicycle
- JobJar, a new service that matches contractors with customers, has launched in Calgary. The online database connects homeowners with handy people who are looking for work.
- Connacher Oil and Gas is cutting production at its Great Divide oilsands operation by 70 to 80 percent from 2015 levels. The company also accelerated planned maintenance at the operation near Fort McMurray.
- Husky Energy recently announced a cut of $800M from its 2016 capital spending plan in response to low oil prices. The company is deferring select drilling in Western Canada, with approximately 50 percent in the Alberta gas plays.
- Embassy Bosa applied to the City of Calgary to build two residential towers and five commercial buildings as the first phase of the Currie Barracks development. Construction is expected to start in 2017, with the overall project taking more than 15 years.
- Hotels in Alberta are struggling to fill rooms left vacant by the decline in industrial crews and business travellers affected by the sagging energy sector. The Alberta Hotel and Lodging Association reported that as of October 2015, year-to-date revenue was down 13%.
- Texas-based USD Group plans to double the capacity of its Hardisty rail terminal and add fluid products to the facility. The company will be able to load four 120-railcar units per day, should the expansion proceed.
- Small business owners across Alberta are concerned about commitments by the Government of Alberta to continue with minimum wage increases. Some restaurant owners are considering reducing staff hours.
- The Pacific Centre for Reproductive Medicine is opening a privately run fertility clinic in Edmonton in the spring. Currently, the city's lone fertility clinic is run by Alberta Health Services at the Royal Alexandra Hospital.
- Brookfield Residential is building a new phase in the Cochrane community of Fireside. The company has 87 lots for development and has already built two showhomes.
- Century Gardens, a downtown Calgary park, is set to undergo $12.86M in renovations and upgrades. The city is hoping to put the project out to tender by the second quarter of 2016, with construction starting by the end of the year.
- The foreign exchange rate of the Canadian dollar is providing an attractive incentive for film and television production companies, according to Calgary Economic Development. Also helping is the Calgary Film Centre, which is home to two sound stages.
- The Inglewood community in Calgary is voicing opposition to plans by Domino's Pizza to open a franchise. Calgary has no bylaws restricting the number of franchise stores that can open in a neighbourhood. However, city council will review the issue.
- The Bank of Canada released its quarterly business outlook survey, which found that Canadian businesses plan on doing less hiring and investment in the coming year than at any other time since the last recession.
- Residents in Lac St. Anne County are voicing their opposition to a proposed $11M administrative building for approximately 50 county employees. Local taxpayers have presented a petition to the Government of Alberta to stop the project.
- Call the Kettle Black, an Edmonton kitchen supply retailer, is closing at the end of January, after 20 years in business. The owners attributed the closure to a slumping economy, changing retail industry, and local construction delays.
- Seven Generations Energy Ltd., a Calgary-based energy company, has announced it is postponing $200M in planned capital investment in 2016 because of poor prospects. The situation is compounded by the company holding debt valued in US dollars.
- The City of Airdrie has assumed management of the community halls at the Airdrie Town & Country Centre. The city did not find any qualified applicants to take over the facility from the Airdrie Columbus Society, which had managed the hall since 1997.
- Brewster Travel Canada has acquired Maligne Tours Ltd., a company offering interpretive boat cruises of Maligne Lake. Brewster stated that there will be no staff changes as a result of the purchase.
- Pyrogy Park in the Village of Glendon will see construction of a new $95,000 playground in the spring of 2016. The Municipal District of Binnyville is also contributing $100,000 towards landscape improvements in the park.
- The Plamondon Co-op currently has a new building under construction that is scheduled to open on April 1. The expanded facility will offer new services including a deli and full bakery and meat departments.
- Lac La Biche County wants to connect local contractors with work opportunities that the municipality offers. County officials are planning a workshop for interested companies, to help them better understand its requirements and bidding process.
- The County of Grande Prairie is searching for residents to fill the role of fire guardian in divisions throughout the region. Fire guardians are responsible for issuing fire permits during the fire season
- Northlands Forest Products finalized a deal worth $30.7M to purchase the Millar Western sawmill in Boyle and associated timber quotas. The sale included harvestable land located between Boyle and Fort Mc-Murray.
- Alberta Health Services signed an agreement with Associated Ambulance to provide non-ambulance transport service in the Central Zone. The contract is expected to help free up ambulances to respond to emergencies in the region.
- Dawson Wallace Construction was awarded a $91.5M contract for construction of an Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission warehouse in St. Albert. The new warehouse is expected to bring more than 400 jobs to St. Albert.
- The Central Alberta Pregnancy Care Centre opened a Maternity Home in Red Deer for expecting mothers and those with newborns. A three-story building is planned for the second phase of the project, which could begin in late 2017.
- WestJet and Aeromexico, Mexico's global airline, signed an agreement allowing both firms to sell tickets for travel on each other's networks, including non-code-sharing flights
- The City of Edmonton approved plans for a 388-seat downtown bar despite concerns by some residents that it will saturate the neighbourhood with drinking spots. Hudsons, a local brewpub chain, plans to open the facility on the ground floor of a condominium tower.
- Planet Organic, an organic food retailer, expanded into a larger location in downtown Edmonton. The new store includes a deli, as well as a coffee and juice bar.
- Precision Drilling expects that its drilling operations will be reduced by around 50% in 2016
- Corus Entertainment is buying Calgary-based Shaw Media from Shaw Communications in a $2.65B deal. Shaw Media includes the Global Television network and 19 specialty channels.
- The Government of Alberta confirmed its commitment of $2.8M for improvements at the Strathmore Health Centre. Expanding the facility's emergency room is a priority for Alberta Health Services. The project is in the planning stages, with construction expected to start in 2016-17.
- The Government of Alberta is proposing a one percent wage increase for each year of a three-year contract for support staff at Alberta Health Services. The employees represent a range of occupations from cleaners to information technology specialists.
- The Alberta government reported that it has been advised of more layoffs in the oil and gas sector in early 2016
- Parks Canada and Banff National Park released 12 housing lots in the Town of Banff to the Banff Housing Corporation. The land is expected to be used for affordable multi-unit rental housing, pending approval from Banff's municipal council.
- Dawson Wallace Construction has been awarded a $20M contract by the Lethbridge Public School Board for construction of a new middle school. The project is scheduled to start in the spring of 2016 with the opening planned for the 2018-19 school year.
- Hire10, a job fair recently held in Calgary, is expected to generate 600 new positions from the 15 employers signed on to the event. Healthcare, tech, finance, and telecommunications companies, as well as a few local businesses were represented.
- The City of Camrose approved a 2016 capital budget of $9.8M that includes funding for roads, street lights, storm sewers, and waste management
- Alberta Health Services is converting the former SportChek location in Medicine Hat into a medical laboratory collections site. When the renovations are complete in March 2017, the new facility will include space for reception, sample collection, and lab processing.
- Calfrac Well Services, a Calgary-based provider of pressure pumping services used in hydraulic fracturing, has recently issued stock to raise $27.5M. The funds are to be used to help the firm cope with low oil prices.
- The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers is projecting that the oil and gas sector saw 100,000 job losses by the end of 2015, including 40,000 direct jobs
- WestJet Encore pilots have signed a five-year contract with the Calgary-based airline, which runs to the end of 2020. The 275 pilots are represented by the WestJet Pilots Association.
- A three-year, $42M modernization was recently started at Medicine Hat High School. Part of the school will be adapted for students in the fall of 2017, allowing construction to be completed on the remaining sections.
- Operation Ag Careers, a pilot program developed by the Canadian Association of Agri-Retailers, will launch in 2016. The program aims to connect military veterans to jobs in the agricultural sector.
- The City of Cold Lake has decided not to fund RCMP requests fora dedicated traffic officer or additional clerk, given the state of the local economy. The city council plans to review the decision again part way through 2016.
- The Theoretically Brewing Company opened for business in Lethbridge. The storefront-brewery is offering sales both on-site and at several liquor stores in the city.
- Companies in Calgary that repossess merchandise and oversee evictions on foreclosed properties are reporting a surge in business. Consolidated Recovery Group has hired more staff to handle the increased business.
- The Alberta Trappers Association is holding their 43rd annual Rendezvous in Pincher Creek over the Canada Day weekend in 2016. The group is expecting approximately 1,500 attendees for each day of the event.
- The Town of Banff has approved Phase One of the Banff Elementary School Modernization Project, which includes the construction of 13 classrooms. The work is expected to start in April 2016 and be complete by September 1, 2017.
- Business owners in Bonnyville are reporting lower sales over the holiday season due to layoffs in the energy sector, fewer transient workers, and a milder winter with little snow.
- Park Distillery, a craft distillery that opened in Banff in June 2015, is planning expansions into the Calgary and Edmonton markets. The firm has hired a representative to promote their products to small boutique liquor stores.
- The Town of Grande Cache is feeling the pinch of layoffs in the oil and gas industry, as well as the recent loss of 250 mine jobs at Grande Cache Coal. Retailers in the town of 4,300 are also reporting lower sales.
- Shoreline Energy Corp, a Calgary-based oil and gas producer, filed for bankruptcy on December 23, 2015. It was formerly under creditor protection.
- A new yoga studio is planning to launch in Olds early in 2016, following an amendment passed by the town council. Yoga classes are currently offered outside the town proper.
- Moving companies in Calgary are reporting a surge in business from people leaving the city and homeowners downsizing to smaller properties due to the economy. The companies are seeing moves within Canada and internationally.
- The Bashaw Seed Cleaning Cooperative Association is moving ahead with construction of a new $6M facility in Bashaw in early 2016
- The Banff & Lake Louise Hospitality Association is asking the Government of Alberta to place a moratorium on further minimum wage increases pending a review of impacts to the economy. The government is proposing an increase to $15 per hour by 2018.
- NorQuest College is planning to move into the Clean Energy Technology Centre in Drayton Valley in May 2016. Construction delays prevented an earlier planned opening of the facility by January 2016.
- A mild winter, lots of snow, and the low value of the Canadian dollar are attracting skiers and snowboarders to the slopes at resorts across Alberta. The Canadian ski chain Resorts of the Canadian Rockies is reporting a 200% increase in bookings from US residents.
- The City of Medicine Hat is seeking proposals by January 21 for the development of a city-owned lot that has been vacant for more than 36 years. The city set design specifications for a $30M to $40M complex on the site.
- A fire on December 24 has destroyed a hotel under construction in Fort McMurray. Calgary-based MasterBUILT Hotels plans to rebuild the project.
- The City of Lethbridge is seeking a new operator for Fort Whoop-Up after the Fort Whoop-Up Interpretive Society decided not to submit a proposal to manage the facility. The group had operated the site for over 40 years.
- The Town of Coaldale now has policing services provided by the RCMP, after an 11 year agreement with the Lethbridge Regional Police Service ended on December 31. Construction of a new regional detachment building is expected to start this year and be complete by 2018.
- The County of St. Paul is moving ahead with infrastructure projects in a 2016 capital budget of approximately $15.93M. A major water supply line, a sewage lagoon, and a wastewater transfer station account for the bulk of the spending.
- Spolumbo's Fine Foods & Deli, a Calgary food establishment, has reached an agreement with the US-based HMS Group to operate a Spolumbo's franchise at the Calgary International Airport. The restaurant joins a list of 50 additional shops and food outlets slated to open in late 2016 at the new International Terminal.
- Aspen View Public Schools has released the conceptual design for a new high school in Athabasca. The school district is planning to send out tender requests shortly.
- The Medicine Hat office of the Canadian Cancer Society closed over the holiday season, according to a spokesperson at the Calgary office. Details regarding the decision and future representation in the community are not yet available.
- The City of Edmonton is advertising for a new city manager after city council decided to terminate the employment of the previous manager in September 2015. The city is hoping to fill the position by the spring of 2016.
- The Donkin Coking Coal Project recently held a job fair in Grande Cache for a mine in Cape Breton. The company is hoping to recruit recently laid-off miners for work starting in the spring of 2016.
- Inuit Edmontonmiut, an organization to support Inuit in Edmonton, has recently formed to offer Inuit-specific services in the city. Edmonton has one of the largest per capita urban Inuit populations in southern Canada.
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