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  1. LOCAL LABOUR MARKET PLAN 2012 & MINING STUDY OVERVIEW

  2. WHO IS WORKFORCE PLANNING FOR SUDBURY & MANITOULIN? • Core funding - MTCU (Ministry of Training, Colleges & Universities) • 25 planning boards/areas across Ontario • Engage key partners across Sudbury & Manitoulin Districts • Address local labour market issues • Lead various partnership projects • Contribute to workforce-related actions • Build school-employer relations • Bridge divergent views - neutral voice • Annual local labour market report includes: • data from Statistics Canada • other evidence-based research • information from: • key business and sector leaders • community consultations

  3. GEOGRAPHIC COVERAGE AREA WPSM catchment

  4. WHAT’S NEW? MINING: • Significant growth in mining (super-cycle) • Mining clusters • Polymetallic mines • Hardrock mining – supply & services • Post-secondary mining education • Mining research • Highlights • First Nickel: full production at Lockerby mine by end of 2012 • KGHM (bought out Quadra FNX): Victoria mine under construction (one of riches deposits in decades) • Xstrata: Nickel Rim South mine in operation for next 15+ years • Vale: Totten mine production near end of 2013; Clarabelle Mine complex; Clean AER project • Ring of Fire (Cliff Natural Resources, Noront Resources) • Various mining exploration initiatives & several open pit mines

  5. WHAT’S NEW? CONSTRUCTION • Significant growth • 446 building permits 2010 • 535 building permits 2011 • At capacity right now • Work continues to increase • Retirement of current workers • Youth not entering trades • Recruiting from outside area HEALTH • Health Sciences North • New strategic direction – health care hub of excellence • Partnership with NOSM, Science North and Laurentian • Research focus- need for highly skilled professionals • Northeast LHIN (Local Health Integration Network) • Health Human Resources’ project • Developing online tool - HR forecasting & job vacancies

  6. WHAT’S NEW? DESIGN • Includes architects, artists, industrial, graphic, theatre, fashion, film, etc. • Outpaced most Ontario cities • Could become a “cluster” • New School of Architecture FORESTRY • Consortium formed: Vermillion Forest Management Company Ltd. • Declining since 1960s • Workers leaving & going to mining HOSPITALITY & TOURISM • Year round tourism integral to economy • New initiatives (Great Spirit Circle Trail) • Regional Tourism Organizations (RTO) concerned about workforce issues • Difficulty: • finding seasonal employees • retaining workforce • sustaining & growing the industry

  7. WHAT’S NEW? EDUCATION • Various opportunities for students to develop skills (such as OYAP)* • Companies actively recruiting • Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute (KTEI) offering college & university accredited course; pre-employment training; etc. • Range of academic & skilled trades’ programs – postsecondary *Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program AGRICULTURE • Manitoulin Island: • Northern Ontario Aquaculture Association (research; local hatcheries; etc.) • Manitoulin Abattoir (regulated & licensed abattoir; increase growth & sustainability) NON-PROFIT • Decreased funding - impacting on workforce • 72% increase in demand for service (2009)

  8. LABOUR MARKET INDICATORS • Population • Net migration • Number of employers • Number of firms by employee size • Change in number of employers by industry • Changes in employment among SME • Top 5 industries by number of employers * SME – small & medium sized enterprises

  9. Statistics Canada Census Profiles

  10. NET MIGRATION 2005-06 to 2009-10 Statistics Canada (from taxfiler data)

  11. Statistics Canada - Canadian Business Patterns NAICS - North American Industry Classification System

  12. Statistics Canada – Canadian Business Patterns

  13. Statistics Canada – Canadian Business Patterns

  14. Consultations – workforce priorities by industry/sector... • Health • Mining • Construction • Agriculture & green-tech • Hospitality & tourism

  15. Consultations – issues • Retiring workforce • Reduced birthrate • Students not entering trades • Demand higher than supply • Lack of qualified talent pool • “Poaching” by big business • Women & Aboriginal youth underrepresented in trades • Some locations – skilled workers but no local jobs • Parents do not see viability of skilled trades’ career • Cyclical nature of mining & construction • North not a destination area • Lack of marketing north • Unrealistic apprenticeship ratios • Some jobs (agriculture & tourism) not seen as viable career

  16. PROJECTS & ACTIONS • Mining human resources study • Skilled trades promotional video • Manitoulin regional economic development roundtable • Promoting skilled trades (especially to women) • Promoting experiential learning opportunities (co-op, apprenticeships, etc.) • Cultivating the design industry • Greater Sudbury “integrative workforce strategy” proposal • Supporting low growth sectors (i.e. agriculture & tourism) • Support efforts to hire internationally trained workers • Support Learning City Initiative

  17. Mining Human Resources Study To produce a customized Labour Market forecast report for the 5 Local Workforce Planning Board regions in Northern Ontario • survey of all mining companies & mining and supply services sector (over 250+ companies in Greater Sudbury); • 2, 5, and 10 year forecasts, broken down by 66 occupations, for three scenarios (expansionary, baseline, and contractionary); • will use the MiHR* forecast equations for the province of Ontario; survey findings in each region; and secondary data sources (e.g., Statistics Canada & other data collected within the region); • local funding partners include GSDC; Cambrian College; College Boreal; WPSM; and Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities *Mining Industry Human Resources Council

  18. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACTReggie CaversonExecutive Director705-675-5822exec@planningourworkforce.cawww.planningourworkforce.ca