The Manitoba government is providing $9 million this year for the province’s Green Team program that gives young Manitobans work in the summer months.
The Manitoba Pandemic Paid Sick Leave Program, established to help cover the costs of employee sick leave related to COVID-19, is being extended until March 31, 2022.
Grant applications are now being accepted for the Urban and Hometown Green Team program, which allows organizations to hire youth between the ages of 15 and 29 for summer jobs across Manitoba.
The Manitoba government is partnering with Economic Development Winnipeg and the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce to launch Retrain Manitoba, a $12.5 million workforce skills development grant program that will help Manitoba to move to the next stage of economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Manitoba government is investing approximately $1.9 million through the Industry Expansion Program to support skills training for approximately 350 new and existing employees at Maple Leaf Foods Inc.
The Manitoba government has announced that it is extending the Healthy Hire Manitoba Program to Nov. 15, and the application deadline to Oct. 30, 2021.
The province is now accepting applications for the Healthy Hire Manitoba Program, a wage support program designed to help private-sector employers reopen and encourage employees to get fully vaccinated.
As young people in southeast Manitoba navigate a challenging job market due to COVID-19, Ted Falk, MP for Provencher, highlights youth employment opportunities through the Canada Summer Jobs Program.
Ted Falk, Member of Parliament for Provencher, highlighted the launch of the Canada Summer Jobs 2021 employer application process.