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We will work with employers and workers to determine an appropriate apprenticeship ratio for all federal infrastructure projects.

Trudeau polimetre - 2015
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Real Change: A New Plan For a Strong Middle Class (page 15)


March 19, 2019 - "The Government has made significant investments in apprenticeship programs that support a skilled, mobile and certified skilled trades workforce, and works closely with provincial/territorial partners and stakeholders to support high-quality apprenticeship systems across Canada." - Investing in the Middle Class, Budget 2019-2020, p.48 - Government of Canada

January 15, 2019 - "The Department worked with Infrastructure Canada (INFC), employers and workers to develop a target for hiring apprentices on federal infrastructure projects. This led to the inclusion of the Community Employment Benefit initiative in INFC Integrated Bilateral Agreements being negotiated and signed with provinces and territories (PTs) for infrastructure investments. PTs are to report annually on progress against project-level targets, which includes an option for reporting on employment of apprentices for all major infrastructure projects (from $10 million to $25 million)." - Results: what we achieved - Employment and Social Development Canada

July 16, 2018 - Support for Apprentices: The skilled trades offer a wide range of exciting career opportunities - Government of Canada

June 22, 2018 - "Implicated projects are to provide employment and/or procurement opportunities for at least three of the groups targeted by the initiative: apprentices; Indigenous peoples; women; persons with disabilities; veterans; youth; recent immigrants; and small-sized, medium-sized and social enterprises. Provinces and territories will establish specific targets for each project, allowing for flexibility to consider various factors such as complementarity with existing local and regional employment initiatives or local labour market dynamics. [...] Provinces and territories are also asked to develop a community employment benefits approach and to establish associated targets in the three-year infrastructure plans they will be developing under the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program." - Community Employment Benefits General Guidance - Infrastructure Canada

February 01, 2017Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour Mandate Letter (February 1, 2017) - Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada

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