Eligible Manitobans looking to return to work can now apply for up to $2,000 in direct payments from the Manitoba Job Restart program.
The latest economic indicators from Statistics Canada show an increase in Manitoba’s employment from April to May, a sign the province’s careful, measured approach in Phase One of its Restoring Safe Services is working.
Manitoba’s employment levels are off to a strong start in 2020, according to the latest report from Statistics Canada.
There were approximately 6,500 more Manitobans working in January than the month prior, new monthly employment statistics show, resulting in the province’s largest month-over-month increase in more than a decade.
Ted Falk, Member of Parliament for Provencher, highlighted that Canada Summer Jobs 2020 has opened for applications.
The Manitoba government is investing $120,800 with the Manitoba League of Persons with Disabilities to provide educational and outreach work that will help ensure organizations understand and comply with the accessible employment standard.
The Manitoba government will help grow one of the province’s top tech companies with more than $144,100 to help support current and new employees with training and resources as the company continues to expand and create new jobs.
Urban and Hometown Green Team grant applications are now available for organizations to hire youth between the ages of 15 and 29 for summer jobs in Manitoba.
The Manitoba government has provided more than $5.5 million to support nearly 800 community organizations, municipalities and provincial parks that are delivering Green Team projects during the summer of 2019.