Construction of the Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS) and operation of the CHARS science and technology program will create jobs across the North and more specialized sectors in other parts of Canada. It also will stimulate business in Cambridge Bay and the local area. Northerners will acquire skills and experience that will help them get jobs in many industries—from mining to energy, to natural resource and wildlife management, and to health and life sciences.
Under Canada’s Economic Action Plan, Responsible Resource Development (RRD) creates jobs, growth and long-term prosperity while strengthening Canada’s competitiveness in the world economy.
In this video, the CEO of the oil and gas exploration company Junex tells us how RRD helps investors to advance their projects, creating high-quality jobs for young people and positive effects for families and communities.
Interview with Janice MacKinnon, Professor, University of Saskatchewan; Fellow, Royal Society of Canada; former provincial Minister of Finance. Janice MacKinnon describes how revenues improve the lives of all Canadians.
Developing resources is vitally important to Canada’s economy. Under Canada’s Economic Action Plan, Responsible Resource Development (RRD) is streamlining the review process for major resource development projects. This increases employment, investments and prosperity for all Canadians.
Under Canada’s Economic Action Plan, Responsible Resource Development (RRD) is creating opportunities for Canadians. Over the next decade, more than 600 major resource projects, worth as much as $650 billion, are planned in communities across Canada.
Watch this video and hear Buzz Hargrove, Executive Director of the Centre for Labour-Management Relations at Ryerson University, explain how RRD is putting Canadians to work and playing a huge role in our ability to provide public services.
Jobs in the skilled trades and technology are high-quality, well-paying and offer exciting careers for life. They can give you opportunities to advance to supervisory and management roles. You can even open your own business.
Canada’s television personality and professional contractor Mike Holmes knows about the importance of Skills Canada.
Natural resources are driving economic growth across the country. Saskatchewan’s PotashCorp is a sustainable business, providing quality jobs, essential training, support to the local community, and a valuable product for agriculture around the world.