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The Skills and Competencies Taxonomy streamlines the terminology of hundreds of occupational descriptors used in the labour market. Each descriptor is associated with one of the seven main categories (skills, abilities, personal attributes, knowledge, interests, work context and work activities), which are then further divided into sub-categories.
The Taxonomy improves the comparability of concepts and their application throughout occupations and sectors. Its also complements other federal, provincial, and territorial employment programs involving skills identification and utilization, and facilitates a Pan-Canadian dialogue on competencies.
The Skills and Competencies Taxonomy was constructed based on internal products (e.g., Career Handbook, Skills and Knowledge …
Briefing materials prepared for the Minister and Deputy Minister’s appearance before the Standing Committee on Government Operations and Estimates
The Grasslands National Park assesses the riparian health at 31 sample sites along the Frenchman River and Rock Creek watersheds. The overall measure is based on thirteen metrics that are scored subjectively in a semi-quantitative rapid assessment where percent cover is estimated.
Appearance by the Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion, Carla Qualtrough, before the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology (SOCI) - March 22, 2023
AAFC has been conducting the Strategic Issues Survey, a survey of producers, since 2007. The research is designed to provide insight into the views of producers on current agricultural issues in Canada and on priorities and policies that affect the agriculture and agri-food sector. The survey builds on tracking questions from previous waves to note trends over time but also provides insights on new and evolving areas of interest to AAFC. This wave of research includes a focus on sustainability, along with other upcoming priorities. This year’s research also continues to track benchmarks of the department’s multi-year agricultural policy framework, …
Information material prepared in June 2023 for the new Associate Deputy Minister of National Defence.
Briefing binder used by the Honorable Pablo Rodriguez, Minister of Canadian Heritage, before the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage (CHPC) on May 29, 2023
This reference data provides a standard list of values for all Canadian provinces and territories. The list reflects Canada’s 13 major political units. There are many coding systems for Canadian provinces and territories. The data standard shows the relationships among the recommended code and other common codes.
This list is intended to standardize the way Canadian provinces and territories are described in datasets to enable data interoperability and improve data quality.
Not included in this standard are previous names, abbreviations and codes for provinces and territories. When changes occur in the future, version history will be maintained.
The 3-year Employment Outlooks consist of a rating (very good, good, moderate, limited or very limited) of the employment prospects as well as a narrative text that provides an assessment of the main forecast indicators, recent statistics, and value-added regional observations. Employment Outlooks are developed for each detailed occupation in all provinces, territories and economic regions of Canada, where data permits. They are updated annually.
The Employment Outlooks developed until the 2015-2017 period were assessed on the basis of the National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2006, and include up to 520 occupations.
Beginning with the 2016-2018 Outlooks, the NOC 2011 is …
The wages on the Job Bank website are specific to an occupation and provide information on the earnings of workers at the regional level. Wages for most occupations are also provided at the national and provincial level. In Canada, all jobs are associated with one specific occupational grouping which is determined by the National Occupational Classification. For most occupations, a minimum, median and maximum wage estimates are displayed. They are update annually.
If you have comments or questions regarding the wage information, please contact the Labour Market Information Division at: NC-LMI-IMT-GD@hrsdc-rhdcc.gc.ca