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Welcome to The Labour Market Group of Renfrew & Lanark

We are pleased to present our Fall LMI Bulletin.


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Just Released!

Employer One Survey Results  

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Fall 2015/Winter 2016 Labour Market Planning Report   

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Fall 2015/Winter 2016 LLMP Report 

Rapport de planification de la main-d'oeuvre

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Accessing the Canada-Ontario Job Grant in Renfrew and Lanark 

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Fall 2014/Winter 2015 Labour Market Planning Report   

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A limited number of hard copies of the Fall 2014/Winter 2015 LLMP Report are available free upon request.

 

Fall 2014/Winter 2015 LLMP Report  Mise à jour du Rapport de planification de la main-d'oeuvre 

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 Occupational Profiles of the Health Care Sector

The goal of this study is to provide job seekers, employment counselors and anyone considering a career within the health care sector a current source of labour market information. 

 


    In-Demand Careers: Renfrew and Lanark

 

 


 

 Creating Green Jobs in Ontario


Renfrew & Lanark County Census Division
Renfrew & Lanark County Census Division

The Labour Market Group of Renfrew & Lanark (LMG) In the Province of Ontario there are 25 Workforce Planning areas which receive funding from the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities to facilitate a Local Labour Market Planning (LLMP) process that identifies and prioritizes labour market issues. Once issues are identified, the Workforce Development/Training Board or other local organizations responsible for this task work with community partners to develop a plan of action to meet the changing labour market needs of the community.   Since May of 2007, in lieu of a local board and under the supervision of the 1000 Islands Region Workforce Development Board, the Labour Market Group of Renfrew & Lanark (LMG) has delivered the LLMP process within the Renfrew-Lanark region. On April 1st of 2013 the administration of the contract was transferred to Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley. The LMG works with two sub-committees (one for Renfrew and one for Lanark) that reflect a wide cross section of industry, employment, training, economic development and governmental agencies. The committees provide local labour market information and feedback on community projects so that we can better serve our communities within the region. The Labour Market Group is a proud member of Workforce Planning Ontario.  www.workforceplanningontario.com

 

Labour Market Information

Population Change in Renfrew and Lanark County 

 

This table compares the total population change in Renfrew County, Lanark County and the province of Ontario between 2012 and 2015.

Census Division 

Population 2012

Population 2015

Population Change (%)

Renfrew County 3547

104,143

104,041

-0.1%

Lanark County 3509

67,356

67,721

0.5%

Ontario

13,410,082

13,809,257

3.0%

Source: 2015 EMSI Analyst projection

 

Labour Force Characteristics

Economic Region 3515
Kingston - Pembroke

July 2016  
 
Kingston-Pembroke
(Includes Renfrew County)
Ontario
Unemployment Rate:
5.7%
6.5%
Employment Rate:
57.7%
61.6%
 
  

Economic Region 3510
Ottawa

July 2016    

 
Ottawa
(Includes Lanark County)
Ontario
Unemployment Rate:
6.7%
6.5%
Employment Rate:
63.3%
61.6%

 
Note:                                                                       
Population 15 and over. Unadjusted, by economic region (3 month moving average).

Source:                                                            
Statistics Canada, CANSIM, table 282-0122 and Catalogue no. 71-001-XIE
Last modified: 2016-08-05

 

 

 

 

This Employment Ontario project is funded by the Ontario government.
Ce projet
Emploi Ontario est financé par le gouvernement de l'Ontario.

 

The views expressed in this document do not necessarily reflect those of Employment Ontario.
Les points de vue exprimés dans le présent document ne reflètent pas nécessairement ceux d’Emploi Ontario.