Following labour market events is key to helping job seekers understand where the opportunities (short, medium and long-term) might be in a local community and elsewhere in the country.
The following table presents local and regional labour market events and announcements for the selected Province or Territory which can complement your job search and career exploration.
Week of Jul 30 - Aug 03, 2018
- RCMP in Nunavut are actively encouraging more Inuit individuals to consider a career in law enforcement. Local efforts have included the creation of two new Inuit Officer positions and a number of new Inuit youth training initiatives.
- The Canadian coast guard has officially opened an inshore rescue boat station in Rankin Inlet. The station is run by Indigenous post-secondary students from the Arctic as part of a federal program to give work experience to northern students.
Week of Jul 23 - Jul 27, 2018
- The federal government has approved construction of Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd.'s Whale Tail gold deposit located near the Kivalliq community of Baker Lake. The project remains on schedule to begin production next fall.
- De Beers Canada recently entered into a $107M deal to acquire Peregrine Diamonds Ltd. If the purchase is successful, De Beers will take over the Chidliak diamond mining project situated on Baffin Island.
- Parks Canada will provide up to $900,000 in funding towards Qikiqtani Inuit Association's new pilot guardian project to support Indigenous peoples to work as equal partners with governments in the protection of land and resources in Arctic Bay
- Cape Dorset and the West Baffin Eskimo Cooperative are working together to create a new community space to showcase Inuit art in Cape Dorset. The Centre is set to open in September.
- The federal and territorial governments are providing $35M in joint funding to be used in improving Iqaluit's waste management system by replacing an existing landfill in the city
Week of Jul 16 - Jul 20, 2018
- The Government of Nunavut announced the creation of a separate human resources department focused on providing more training, staff retention and higher Inuit employment within the territorial government. Planning will start in the next few weeks.
- The federal and Nunavut governments are updating fisheries regulations of the Nunavut Agreement to ensure a balance of aquatic species conservation with the territory's economic diversification priorities
Week of Jul 09 - Jul 13, 2018
- Six students will be enrolled in a 17-month Academic and Career Development program offered through Carleton University this fall, which aims to train more Inuit students to fill government vacancies In Nunavut
- Inuvialuit Corporate Group and Makivik Corporation are merging Canadian North and First Air to create a wholly Inuit-owned airline focused on customer reliability as well as new economic opportunities in Canada. The merger is set to be finished in 2018.
- The federal government awarded an $8 million contract to Iqaluit based construction company, Kudlik Construction Ltd., for the construction of a new daycare in Iqaluit. The new facility is expected to help create jobs and reduce daycare waiting lists.
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The Nunavut Impact Review Board recommended the federal government approve TMAC Resources' plans to develop three new underground gold mines in the Kitikmeot region. If approved, the company anticipates it will hire over 800 people throughout operations.The Nunavut RCMP introduced a two-year college program as an alternative to writing an entrance exam as an effort to make the RCMP more accessible for Inuit applicants as the number of Inuit RCMP officers continues to decline in the territory
On August 1, Canadian North will begin offering additional air service on Wednesdays between Iqaluit, Cape Dorset and Rankin Inlet. The flights will improve travel between the regions for passengers and freight.According to the Canada Mortgage Housing Corporation, two-thirds of Iqaluit residents receive housing assistance from either the territorial government or their employer.This July, Tower Arctic Ltd. will begin construction of Iqaluit's small-craft harbour and deep-sea port. Construction is expected to be completed at the end of November. The port will be built in Koojesse Inlet.
Parks Canada has awarded contracts to gather oral histories of the Franklin Expedition through the engagement of Inuit youth and elders and to develop the Inuit Guardians Program to monitor and protect the vessel sitesThe Kivalliq Regional Visitor Centre, build by the territorial government for $3.8M, recently opened in Rankin Inlet to provide services to tourists, guides, outfitters, local tourism establishments and regional businesses
The Mangilaluk School in Tuktoyaktuk will undergo renovations to accommodate a larger kindergarten to grade 12 student body and high school instruction facilities. A request for proposal is due this fall with construction to be completed by 2022.The Northern Council for Global Cooperation is offering international internships to northern Indigenous youth interested in exploring social justice, sustainability and community issuesTungasuvvingat Inuit is offering a two-year Inuit Community Support Worker and Management Trainee program. A combination of online classes and work placements will prepare graduates for a variety of entry-level social services positions.The Nunavut Fisheries Association is seeking international certification that their turbot fishery meets sustainability and ethically sourced market standards. The designation may lead to more global market access and better value for the fishery.
The Government of Canada and the Hamlet of Cambridge Bay are jointly investing over $160,000 under the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program to renovate the hamlet's youth centreThe Government of Nunavut is offering an Introduction to Prospecting course in eight communities this summer. The sessions will provide attendees with the skills and techniques needed to see jobs in the prospecting field.Baffinland Iron Mines Corp. recently announced that it would reimburse employee travel costs from all 13 Qikiqtani communities to its Mary River mine and training sites with the goal of increasing Inuit employment numbers
Tower Arctic Ltd. has won an $89M contract from the Government of Nunavut to construct a small craft harbor at Pond Inlet, and a deep sea port and small craft harbour in Iqaluit. Construction is expected to start this year, with completion by 2021.The Government of Nunavut plans to issue a request for proposals for groups interested in building and running elder care facilitiesSilver Range Resources Ltd. is planning to start a gold exploration program in July at its Nunavut property. Historical geological mapping and sampling have identified a 120 km long rock unit with gold occurrences.The Government of Nunavut is committing $11.9M for teaching positions in its 2018-19 budget including staff for a new school in Igloolik
Principals and vice principals in Iqaluit schools recently spoke about the scarcity of substitute teachers in the district at both the elementary and high school levelsThe Government of Canada has approved $35M from its National Trade Corridors Fund for the construction of a new First Air cargo warehouse in Iqaluit and to upgrade or replace airport terminals in five Nunavut communitiesCambridge Bay is one of seven test locations for a new marine information system that will provide near-real-time data on local shipping traffic. The system is part of Transport Canada's $62.5M Enhanced Maritime Situational Awareness initiative.
Five infrastructure projects submitted by the Government of Nunavut under the National Trade Corridors Fund have been denied. A decision on a funding request concerning the construction of five new airport terminals is still pending.The John Wayne Kiktorak Centre, an emergency warming centre in Inuvik, will close for the summer on June 1st due to a drop in funding. The centre anticipates that it will remain closed until after September.The Abluqta Society recently opened a thrift store in Baker Lake, staffed by people with disabilities and barriers to employmentA section of Iqaluit's Federal Road will be upgraded and repaved this summer at the cost of $2.5M
The Qikiqtaaluk Corporation will begin site preparation work on a new $50M hotel, restaurant and conference facility in Iqaluit. Further construction is pending city infrastructure permits and the arrival of building materials by sealift this summer.The Nunavut Impact Review Board has suspended its environmental and socio-economic assessment of the Grays Bay Road and Port Project following a request from the Nunavut Resources Corp. and funding denials from the federal and territorial governmentsThe University of Waterloo, working with the Kugluktuk Hunter and Trappers Organization, has won a $1.2M grant under the Oceans Protection Plan to study migratory patterns and overwintering habitats in the Coppermine River and adjacent river systemsThe planned construction of Iqaluit's new jail this summer is in doubt following the Government of Nunavut's decision to cancel the request for proposals process. The sole bid that was received exceeded the government's budget.The Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency is investing $2.5M over four years into fisheries research and training projects on Baffin Island, focusing on the viability of porcupine crab and inshore turbot fisheries, and new trawling technology
The federal government is investing $4M over three years to fund participation in a training program for community support workers and management trainees put on by the Ilinniapaa Skills Development Centre in partnership with the Tungasuvvingat InuitThe proposed expansion of Iqaluit's Big Racks Barbecue restaurant and bar has been delayed again pending a decision by the town council on whether to permit a bylaw rezoning amendmentAccording to Statistics Canada, the real gross domestic product (GDP) increased 13.3% in Nunavut in 2017, with most of the growth coming from the mining, quarrying, oil and gas extraction, and construction sectors
The Government of Canada is investing $94.3M over five years under its Oceans Protection Plan into infrastructure and equipment necessary to make Arctic resupply operations more efficient and environmentally safeThe Black Heart Café recently opened in Iqaluit, offering a menu of specialty coffees, soups and salads and a venue suitable for hosting events ranging from birthday parties to business meetingsThe Kitikmeot Inuit Association and Sabina Gold and Silver Corp. have signed an impact agreement for the Back River gold project that includes unspecified commitments for Inuit employment, training and education, and infrastructure investments
The Government of Canada is investing $500,000 through the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program to renovate and improve the energy efficiency of the local multipurpose arena in KugaarukThe Government of Nunavut has withdrawn its resources from the Grays Bay Road and Port Project after the project was denied funding from the National Trade Corridors Fund. The project could potentially create 2,250 full-time equivalent jobs.
The Government of Nunavut is accepting applications for its Summer Student Employment Equity ProgramThe Government of Nunavut is offering funding for victim assistance projects that offer training and services to victims of crime and frontline service providers
The federal and Nunavut governments are investing $566M over the next ten years for infrastructure projects in the territory. This funding will be used to support reliable road/air access and improve broadband connectivity for remote communities.Mineral exploration spending is expected to drop by 34.6% to $110.7M in Nunavut next year. Confusion over land-use planning and land access is blamed for the third consecutive year of decline.
The Nunavut Fisheries and Marine Training Consortium restructured their training plans for the next year due to a deferment in funding consideration by the Makigiaqta Inuit Training CorporationThe Nunavut government will accept proposals for the Independent Science Programs for Youth (I-SPY) fund program until March 31. The program supports projects that generate interest and experience in science and technology among Nunavut students.Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, a non-profit organization representing Inuit across Canada, was awarded $509.5M over five to ten years in the 2018 federal budget. The funding will be used for health initiatives and to address housing shortages in the region.
The Nunavut Housing Corp., using a combination of $40.3M invested by the Nunavut government and previously announced federal funding, is building 220 new social housing units over the next two years across the territoryAgnico Eagle recently received its project certificate to proceed with construction of its Whale Tail open-pit gold mine. The company anticipates requiring 500 workers during the construction phase and up to 930 workers once the mine is operational.The Qulliq Energy Corp. will begin construction in 2019 on a replacement power plant in Kugluktuk. The new $31.4M plant will generate fewer carbon emissions and be adaptable to the integration of solar and wind energy sources in the future.
The ilinniapaa Skills Development Centre in Iqaluit is offering two programs to prepare youth for the workforce with training in administration, justice and enforcement or trades helper activitiesThe opening of the Nunavut forfeiture office, a unit tasked with confiscating money and property obtained through illegal activity, is hampered by delays in hiring staff and securing office spaceBaffinland Iron Mines Corp. has added 14 full-time Inuit apprentices at its Mary River site. The apprentices are from the $19M joint public-private funded Qikiqtani Skills and Training for Employment Partnership whose goal is to train 360 Inuit.Sabina Gold & Silver Corp. recently received its Type B water license for pre-construction works at its Back River gold mine site
The 2018-2019 federal budget included several northern focused investments, including $161.2M for Inuit skills training, $20.6M for arctic research, and a one-year extension of the Mineral Exploration Tax Credit to encourage mineral explorationThe Kivalliq Inuit Association plans to build a new cultural centre in the Chesterfield Inlet this summer. The centre will include a tool shop, sewing room, space to clean animal hides, visitor centre and offices.The Nunavut government is offering aviation scholarships for Nunavut residents seeking to train as pilots, aircraft maintainers, flight attendants, or in airline or airport operationsSabina Gold & Silver Corp recently announced the resumption of its drill program at its Back River gold project. Additional surveying and sampling work will also be undertaken over the spring and summer period.
According to a Statistics Canada survey, Nunavut recorded the highest proportion of long-term job vacancies across the country due to its remoteness and challenging environment in recruiting qualified workersThe Black Heart Café is scheduled to open in Iqaluit in March and will be recruiting local staff to work at the 45 seat establishment
Sabina Gold & Silver recently resumed its $94.5M advanced exploratory drilling program at its Back River gold mine in the western Kitikmeot Region. Additional pre-development infrastructure activities at the camp and mine sites are also slated to begin.New funding from the federal government will permit Iqaluit's Qayuqtuvik Food Centre to hire additional staff and restart Inclusion Café, a skills development program for people with disabilities and underemployed local Inuit
A former military base on Nunavut's Resolution Island will see additional cleanup this summer. Priority will be given to collecting and disposing of hazardous debris, waste fuel and contaminated soil.Transport Canada's $12.6M investment in the Iqaluit marine facility will soon enable northerners to complete their training closer to home. The acquisition of a new lifeboat simulator and training vessels will allow for advanced deep sea training.Silver Range Resources Ltd. has been awarded prospecting permits at its Tree River gold property southeast of Kugluktuk. The company intends to undertake further sampling, mapping and prospecting in the coming season.
The Makigiaqta Inuit Training Corp., the Inuit training and employment division of Nunavut Tunngavik Inc., is struggling with a shortage of staff to process 37 applications for training proposalsThree community development projects in Nunavut are the recipients of a combined $240,000 in awards from the Arctic Inspiration PrizeThe Government of Nunavut is seeking proposals for targeted employment and training initiatives for the 2018-19 fiscal year. The program includes training for persons living with a disability and out-of-school youth aged 15-30.
The Pinnguaq Association is expanding the Te(a)ch program that teaches computer science skills following a $1.7M commitment from the Government of Canada. The program is expected to be offered to Nunavut youth in at least 15 communities.North Arrow Minerals is planning a drilling and exploration program at its expanded Nunavut Mel diamond project starting in May 2018The Government of Nunavut is taking over responsibility for the administration of practical and written tests for regular and learner drivers licences, following the implementation of new legislation. Previously the tests were administered by the RCMP.
The proposed $500M Grays Bay project in western Nunavut is headed to the Nunavut Impact Review Board for a full environmental review. The Government of Nunavut has committed $2M for the review process.TMAC Resources Inc. is hoping to start construction in 2019 on its Hope Bay Phase 2 gold mine project, pending the receipt of permits. The mine is expected to employ about 800 people during operation, with a lifespan projected to 2032.The Government of Nunavut is seeking proposals that will support the planning and delivery of sport, physical activity and recreation initiatives
The Government of Nunavut is offering up to $8,000 to prospectors to help pay for assistant wages, materials and supplies when out looking for minerals
The Government of Nunavut is seeking proposals for projects that promote, protect or preserve and revitalize the culture, language, arts and heritage of NunavutIqaluit and Arviat are receiving funds under the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program to support facilities upgrades, with additional funding from the communitiesThe Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency and the Government of Nunavut are jointly providing $403,000 to expand the solar panel installation on the arena complex in KugluktukThe Government of Canada has selected Rankin Inlet as the site of Canada's first Arctic inshore rescue boat station. The station is projected to open in mid-June 2018.The Government of Canada is providing $1.7M to Nunavut over the next four years to help communities adapt to climate change. The Government of Nunavut and communities are selecting the projects to receive funding.Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. is offering up new scholarship funds for Nunavut Inuit post-secondary students. The funds come from the remainder of the money set aside for common experience payments by the Residential School Settlement Agreement.
The Government of Nunavut is proposing new regulations for the sport hunting of caribou herds that are not already protected by harvest limits. The plans include a new quota system for non-residents hunting caribou.The Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency is providing $1M in new capital to the Nunavut Community Futures Association. The money will be used for loans to small- and medium-sized businesses.Sabina Gold and Silver Corp has received a project certificate from the Nunavut Impact Review Board for its Back River gold mine project. The company has also partnered with a major Chinese gold producer, the Zhaojin International Mining Co. Ltd.
The Tassiugarjuaqmi Mamisarviksamik Qanurturtiit elders' committee on justice services has recommended that the Qikiqtani Correctional Healing Facility include programming and classrooms for traditional artisans and hospitality trades like cooking
Polar Knowledge Canada is providing approximately $8.1M for 41 projects between 2017 and 2019 related to polar scientific technology and the collection of Inuit traditional knowledge
The Nunavut Water Board has started public reviews of water licenses for the Back River Gold Project in Kitikmeot. Sabine Gold and Sliver Corp. recently received approval for the mine from the Government of Canada.Hurtigruten, a Norwegian cruise, ferry and cargo operator, is planning to enter the Northwest Passage cruise market in September of 2018. The MS Fram, with a capacity of 318 passengers, will stop in several Nunavut communities.
The City of Iqaluit is moving to revamp its business licensing bylaw with plans for a licensing website and online business registry by March 31, 2018
The Qikiqtani Inuit Association and Qikiqtaaluk Corp. have signed a lease agreement to develop a 40-acre parcel of Inuit-owned land in Iqaluit. The development is expected to cost between $300M and $400M.Peregrine Diamond Ltd. is planning to build a dense media separator plant at its proposed Chidliak diamond mine site near Iqaluit, following new drilling results showing more extensive potential diamond deposits
The Qikiqtani Inuit Association is launching the new Qikiqtani Skills and Training for Employment Partnerships, a $19M employment program for Baffin Inuit. The program aims to train 360 Inuit between now and March 2021 for work in the mining sector.
Sarliaq Aviation Ltd and Quebec's Nolinor Aviation have signed a new 10-year agreement with Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. to transport employees and supplies to the mining company's projects in the Kivalliq regionThe Government of Canada is providing $1.6M in interim funding for the Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory on Ellesmere Island. The station is currently manned for 11 months of the year.The Nunavut Impact Review Board has granted conditional approval to Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd's Whale Tail gold mine project. Agnico Eagle plans to begin construction in early 2018 and start producing ore from the open pit by the end of that year.
The Qulliq Energy Corp. is currently requesting proposals for a feasibility study on geothermal power in Nunavut. The company hopes to reduce its operational and maintenance costs by harnessing geothermal energy.
Canadian North is re-introducing its Wednesday flights to the Kitikmeot region starting November 15, 2017. The added flight is in response to a strong demand for both passenger and cargo service.Development of the Canadian High Arctic Research Station in Cambridge Bay is bringing 50 jobs and a $26.5M yearly operating budget. The project has also led to local infrastructure including a water treatment system, tank farm and airport expansion.The Government of Nunavut is inviting applications for the January 2018 Getting Ready for Employment and Training program. The 14-week program provides training in essential skills, computers, personal portfolio development and work readiness.
Baffinland's Mary River iron mine shipped a record amount of 4.1M tonnes of iron ore in its most recent shipping season, which just ended. The mine has applied to increase its shipping allowance from the current 4.2M tonne maximum to 12M tonnes.The Kitikmeot Inuit Association and Sabina Gold and Silver Corp. have signed a comprehensive agreement for Sabina's Back River mine. The agreement includes provisions for training, employment, business opportunities and direct economic benefits.
North Arrow Minerals is planning to mobilize an exploration drill and camp to its Mel Diamond Project on the Melville Peninsula in the spring of 2018. The company is also staking additional mineral claims to expand the project.Celebrity Cruises has selected Canadian North Airlines as the official airline partner for its inaugural Western Canada cruise program in 2018. The airline is a subsidiary of the Inuvialuit Development Corporation.
The Coast Guard is recruiting Inuit post-secondary students for search-and-rescue operations in the Arctic on its new inshore rescue boat. The specific location for the rescue boat station has not been announced.The Qikiqtani Inuit Association has developed a strategic plan with more vigorous training to increase Inuit employment at the Mary River mine to 25 percent by 2020. As of this year, only 12.9 percent of employees at the mine are Inuit.
The Hamlets of Arviat and Kugluktuk have partnered with NRStor Remote Communities on new clean energy projects in an effort to reduce diesel use. Solar panels will be installed in both communities by late fall next year.The Nunavut Impact Review Board has given approval to three marine infrastructure projects, subject to terms and conditions. Plans are for a deep sea port in Iqaluit, an adjacent small craft harbour, and a small craft harbour in Pond Inlet.
The Government of Nunavut and the Government of Canada are jointly providing $7M over three years for early learning and child care programsCanNor has earmarked approximately $2.7M towards geoscience projects focusing on mapping, permafrost infrastructure and seabed analysis, along with the development and promotion of geosciences in NunavutAgnico Eagle Mines Ltd. has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Government of Nunavut to collaborate on ten priority areas that intend to increase economic opportunity and quality of life for Nunavummiut
The federal government is providing $7.4M for geoscience research for all three territories. These research projects will help provide direction for major infrastructure projects, mining exploration and climate change adaptation.The federal government is providing nearly $50M to Northwestel for the improvement of high-speed internet coverage in 25 communities across Nunavut. The upgrades are expected to be completed by the end of 2019.
The Nunavut Planning Commission is moving forward with an application from Baffinland Iron Mines for expansion of the Mary River Iron Mine. The plans include a railway from the mine to the port of Milne Inlet; and winter sealifts for ore export.The Government of Nunavut opened the new Arctic Bay Health Centre on September 11th. A five-plex residential unit to accommodate staff at the centre will be completed in October.Arctic Fresh, a new online business designed by and for Inuit that offers residents of most Baffin communities a lower-cost way to get store-bought food, has recently started operationsThe Kitikmeot Inuit Association is hosting a job and career fair in Cambridge Bay, Taloyoak, Gjoa Haven and Kugluktuk from October 2 to 5. The association estimates that close to 30 potential employers will be taking part.
Nunavut Arctic College has opened its new $3.87M community learning centre in Whale Cove. The centre has a daycare and three classrooms, including a kitchenette classroom for cooking classes.The Qikiqtani Inuit Association is offering $2,500 scholarships for Qikiqtaaluk Inuit for post-secondary studies. Applicants must already be enrolled in a post-secondary program.The Government of Nunavut is opening the territory's first walk-in beer and wine store on September 6th in Iqaluit. In a 2015 plebiscite, over 77% of Iqaluit residents voted in favour of opening a strictly controlled beer and wine store in the city.
The Nunavut Impact Review Board has accepted a submission by the Government of Nunavut and the Kitikmeot Inuit Association for the Grays Bay Road and Port. Pending the review process, the project will be the only deep water port in the Central Arctic.The Government of Nunavut and the Government of Canada are providing $0.5M in joint funding for the Whale Cove Emergency Water Supply Project. The community has been subject to boil-water advisories for the last three years.Waters' Edge Seafood and Steakhouse restaurant and the Kickin' Caribou pub in Iqaluit closed permanently on August 25, 2017. The former Hotel Arctic, which housed both establishments, was recently sold to new owners.The Government of Canada is providing $29.9M to build a new Arctic National Aerial Surveillance Program Complex, featuring an aircraft hangar and accommodations unit in Iqaluit. The funding is part of $175M over five years to help protect Arctic waters.
The Government of Canada is providing over $15.7M from the Gas Tax Fund to Nunavut in 2017. The first installment of $7.8M will support 19 infrastructure projects with a focus on water and wastewater improvements.The Government of Canada has opened the Pond Inlet Research Facility. The facility will support wildlife and climate research and monitoring programs, as well as educational and employment opportunities.
Qulliq Energy Corp. has formally requested approval from the Government of Nunavut to build a $31.4M power plant in Kugluktuk. Once approved, construction could begin in 2019, with an expected completion date in 2021.Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada is funding construction of a new child care centre in Iqaluit. Tundra Buddies Day Care Society will operate the centre when it opens in 2019.The City of Iqaluit is hiring paid fitness instructors for its Aquatic Centre after the city did not renew the contracts of volunteer instructors. The jobs will be 10-month terms with flexible part-time hours.Construction has begun on a new high school in Cape Dorset. The school will cost approximately $34M to build and is expected to open in the 2018-19 school year.
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