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University of Toronto Ranked #1 for 6th Year

The University of Toronto was ranked number one by Maclean’s magazine for the sixth year in a row.  The rankings were based on a survey given to the university faculty, senior administrators, and a variety of businesspeople in Canada. They were asked for their views on innovation and quality at various Canadian universities.  The universities …

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Carpenters Desperately Needed in Toronto

Toronto is in Desperate Need of Skilled Carpenters With the booming condo construction, major transit projects like the Eglinton LRT, and mixed-use projects such as The Well, Mike Yorke, President of the Carpenters District Council of Toronto, says finding workers in the sector is essential. According to Yorke, close to 500 carpenters are predicted to …

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Canada’s Yukon Territory Reports Worker Shortage

It has never been easy finding enough workers to staff all of the openings in Whitehorse or the Yukon in general. But it is worse now than ever, according to Mark Wykes, the owner of a grocery store in Whitehorse. He said it is very tough on the people who are trying to work overtime …

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Minimum Wage for People Working in Alberta Rises to $15 Per Hour

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Alberta has raised the minimum wage to $15 an hour and is the first province in Canada to do so. It rose in stages, beginning in 2015 from $10.20 and fulfilled a long time NDP promise. The increase in pay equals a raise for close to 300,000 workers in Alberta, according to the Public Interest …

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