Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour - Alberta Government
The Ministry of Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour ensures Alberta has a skilled workforce and safe, thriving workplaces to keep growing our economy.
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News and Updates
Governments of Canada and Alberta mark Canada Job Grant milestone
Jason Kenney, Minister of Employment and Social Development, along with the Ric McIver, Minister of Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour announced that over $1 million has been committed to train Albertans through the Canada Job Grant.
Help still wanted: 2014 Immigration job quota filled, but Alberta still needs workers
Alberta’s Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) is now full for 2014, as all 5,500 certificates allocated to Alberta for the year have been issued.
Alberta accountants find strength in numbers
The proposed Chartered Professional Accountants Act seeks to merge Alberta’s three professional accounting bodies to improve labour mobility.
Protect yourself when working in the cold
Public input sought on workplace health and safety rules
Albertans are invited to share their thoughts on proposed changes to Alberta’s Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Code.
Governments of Canada and Alberta launch the Canada Job Grant to help Albertans get jobs
The Honourable Jason Kenney, Minister of Employment and Social Development, and the Honourable Ric McIver, Alberta Minister of Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour, announced today that Alberta is now accepting employer applications for the Canada Job Grant.
New report details Alberta’s high-demand occupations
Chefs, civil engineers, heavy-duty equipment mechanics and crane operators are among top occupations to consider in Alberta over the next three years.