Keeping Up With The Next Gen Workforce

There’s no denying that everyone works in the best interest of their company. And at the workplace, a constant clash is seen between new workers and seasoned employees. However, the truth is that younger generation is being preferred for marketing and creative jobs in Mississauga, Brampton and Toronto. So what really sets the younger generation

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Economy adds 41,000 jobs in March

Canada’s economy cranked out an impressive 41,000 jobs last month, more than four times what economists were expecting. Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey showed there were more people employed in Alberta, Manitoba, Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan. At the same time, employment declined in Prince Edward Island and was little changed in the other provinces. Alberta

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Job vacancy rates across Canada

Nunavut (4.2%) and Yukon (3.9%) had the highest job vacancy rates, followed by British Columbia (3.4%), Alberta (3.1%) and Nova Scotia (3.0%). Ontario had a job vacancy rate of 2.6%, in line with the national average. Quebec had the lowest rate at 1.8%. The job vacancy rate refers to the share of jobs that are

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Canada’s National Newspaper Conference comes to Edmonton next week

Canada’s premier newspaper industry event is just one week away! Co-hosted by Newspapers Canada, the Alberta Weekly Newspapers Association (AWNA) and the Association de la presse francophone (APF), the 2016 National Conference takes place in conjunction with the AWNA convention at the Westin Edmonton Hotel on May 27 to 28. This year, hundreds of delegates from daily and community newspapers

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