Northern Labour Market Committee
The next Northern Labour Market Committee meeting is scheduled for June 22nd & 23rd, 2016 in La Ronge.
Meeting Procedures - Motions - PDF document (178 KB)
The Northern Labour Market Committee (NLMC) meets quarterly to discuss training, employment, as well as labour market and economic development issues that affect the people of Northern Saskatchewan. Summaries of minutes are available at the link below, and a short history of the NLMC, which has been active since 1983.
The meeting minutes provide a synopsis of current labour market activities in Northern Saskatchewan. They will be valuable to program and career planners for assessing activities in industrial sectors and occupations.
Saskatchewan Mine Surface Lease Agreements - Northern Benefits Summary
The northern half of Saskatchewan, a land of lakes and forests, is home to about 37,000 people who are mostly of Cree, Dené and Métis heritage.
Mining offers job opportunities for many residents of small communities in the north. There are seven mine/mill operations in the region. Uranium operations include the McArthur River mine, Key Lake mill, Rabbit Lake mine/mill, Cigar Lake mine and McClean Lake mill. The two gold operations are the Seabee gold mine and La Ronge Gold project (operations suspended at the latter in 2014). These sites employ over 3,400 people. Most workers fly in for a work rotation of one-weekin/one-week-out. They usually work 11-hour shifts each day.
Click here to view the 2014 Northern Benefits Summary