Canada-Yukon Labour Market Development Agreement

7.6 It is considered and agreed that Canada will not provide additional funding to Yukon to meet financial commitments to be made by recipients after the date on which Yukon begins to provide its services and actions to Yukon, in accordance with Article 3.1, under Yukon. Yukon uses the funds made available by Canada pursuant to Article 14.2 to meet financial obligations to recipients under these agreements. 2.2 Canada will remain responsible for the provision of insurance services in accordance with Part I of the Act and for those aspects of labour market developments that reflect national interests, such as.B. responding to national emergencies, activities to support interprovincial/territorial labour mobility, promotion and support of national sector councils, implementation of national labour market information and national labour market exchange systems, other labour market programs, and support for labour market research and innovative projects to improve the functioning of the labour market in Canada. Labour market partnerships are set up and set up to help workers at risk of unemployment. If you would like more information about our Labour Market Agreements or would like to read our Annual Plans and Annual Reports, please see below. The provision of employment and support services under the ADMA is primarily supported by the Whitehorse office office, due to its small size, unique labour markets, geographic locations and limited service needs in rural Yukon communities. Travel to rural communities will take place regularly and if necessary to support rural community organizations and/or individuals. Information is also maintained through printed materials and through the Government of Yukon website. The Government of Canada and the Government of Yukon will report to Canadians on the impact of the results of qualification programs. Performance evaluations focus on how these programs increase human revenues; opportunities for improvement; outcomes for Yukon workers who join or remain in the labour market; and access to employment opportunities for under-represented groups. Labour Market Funding Agreements with the Government of Canada (GoC) support the range of labour market programs and services available in Nunavut. These agreements ensure that more Nunavummiut, through NG alone, can access education and training, promote their employment goals and overcome barriers to labour market participation.

„These new agreements are timely given Yukon`s very low unemployment rate. They will provide more means and flexibility to work with Yukon job seekers, employers, service organizations and Yukon First Nations to meet their multiple local needs and strengthen Yukon`s labour market. . . .