Canadian Labour and Business Centre

Consultations on the Government of Canada's Proposal to Establish a Canadian Learning Institute (2003)

Summary Report

At the National Summit on Innovation and Learning held in November 2002, the federal government announced its intention to work with partners to develop a Canadian Learning Institute. The government asked Dr. Benjamin Levin of the University of Manitoba and Ms.

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2007-11-23

Workplace Health Works! - Halifax (2003)

A Seminar on Innovative Workplace Health Practices

Issues of workplace health and wellness are an ongoing priority for the Canadian Labour and Business Centre (CLBC). The CLBC and its Board of Directors believe that approaches which promote workplace health and wellness are in the best interests of both employers and workers – a clear ‘win-win’.

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2007-07-17

Workplace Partners Panel – Atlantic Provinces Task Force: What we Heard (2006)

Summary of Key Findings for the province of Newfoundland and Labrador

This report synthesizes the key findings from the Newfoundland and Labrador deliberative dialogue, which was held in St. John’s, on April 20, 2006. This report is one of the inputs that the Atlantic Provinces Task Force (APTF) Newfoundland and Labrador representatives used to develop their thinking on approaches to address the over-arching challenge of skills needs in the context of an aging workforce.

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2007-07-11

Workplace Partners Panel – Atlantic Provinces Task Force: What we Heard (2006)

Summary of Key Findings for the province of Prince Edward Island

This report synthesizes the key findings from the Prince Edward Island deliberative dialogue, which was held in Charlottetown, on April 27, 2006. This report is one of the inputs that the Atlantic Provinces Task Force (APTF) Prince Edward Island representatives used to develop their thinking on approaches to address the over-arching challenge of skills needs in the context of an aging workforce.

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2007-07-11

Workplace Partners Panel – Atlantic Provinces Task Force: What we Heard (2006)

Summary of Key Findings for the province of Nova Scotia

This report synthesizes the key findings from the Nova Scotia deliberative dialogue, which was held in Halifax, on April 18, 2006. This report is one of the inputs that the Atlantic Provinces Task Force (APTF) Nova Scotia representatives used to develop their thinking on approaches to address the over-arching challenge of skills needs in the context of an aging workforce.

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2007-07-11

Workplace Partners Panel – Atlantic Provinces Task Force: What we Heard (2006)

Summary of Key Findings for the province of New Brunswick

This report synthesizes the key findings from the New Brunswick deliberative dialogue, which was held in Moncton, on April 25, 2006. This report is one of the inputs that the Workplace Partners Panel, New Brunswick Task Force members are using to develop their thinking on approaches to address the over-arching challenge of skills needs in the context of an aging workforce.

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2007-07-04

Greening Productivity: Adjusting to Environmental Change (1996)

Final Report of the Task Force on Adjusting to Environmental Change

This report examines the lessons from and makes recommendations on the activities by business and labour in addressing environmental pressures at the workplace and sector levels. The report is a synthesis of case studies done by the CLMPC in three sectors: forestry and forest products; mining; and chemicals. These sectors were identified as facing significant environmental responsibilities.

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2007-06-20

Where Did All the Workers Go? The Challenges of the Aging Workforce (2001)

This report concludes that both labour and management are waking up to the fact that they will face very real problems if they fail to start planning now to replace the loss of experience and skills from retiring workers. Forward planning by both unions and companies will have to address the skills needs of both companies and workers in terms not just of current needs but also of what skills portfolio would be appropriate in the future.

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2007-06-20
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