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Reality Check on the local regional economy and workforce development

The North Superior Workforce Planning Board made a presentation to City Council on  October 21, 2013 to provide an update on the annual labour market analysis and partnerships and actions chosen for the coming year.
Watch the video for some insightful findings along with questions by City Councillors and NSWPB's responses.

 

 

Workforce Planning in Thunder Bay

A panel discussion on the issues facing the Thunder Bay and North of Superior region was held. The discussion offers insight into the major issues facing the local market and what is needed to effect positive change in our region.

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CBC Radio One, Superior Morning- January 7, 2014

Lisa Laco, host of Superior Morning, CBC Radio One, interviewed Madge Richardson, Executive Director of North Superior Workforce Planning Board on January 7. The interview is focus on the latest analysis of the world of work in Thunder Bay.

Skills and Characteristics Requirements of Employers, April 17, 2014

North Superior Workforce Planning Board hosted a media launch for its project: Skills and Characteristics Requirements of Employers in Natural Resources Management Sector on April 17, 2014.

 

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