THE DEMAND FOR SKILLED WORKERS has been increasing steadily for more than a decade.

Click on the regions in the map below to see what’s creating the job opportunity in your province or territory and what trades will be in demand as a result.

CanadaAlbertaBritish ColumbiaManitobaNew BrunswickNewfoundland and LabradorNova ScotiaOntarioPrince Edward IslandQuebecSaskatchewanThe Territories

Alberta

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British Columbia

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Manitoba

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New Brunswick

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Newfoundland and Labrador

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Nova Scotia

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Ontario

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Prince Edward Island

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Quebec

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Saskatchewan

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The Territories

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Alberta

Job opportunity due to:

  • replacing 36,200 tradespeople who are expected to retire over the coming decade
  • ongoing and proposed maintenance work in the heavy industrial sector
  • construction projects in the heavy industrial and engineering sectors, including oil processing plants, pipelines, electricity generation and roads
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British Columbia

Job opportunity due to:

  • replacing 39,400 tradespeople who are expected to retire over the coming decade
  • construction projects that are underway or proposed in the heavy industrial and engineering sectors, including large mining, utility, liquefied natural gas (LNG), pipeline and transportation projects such as tunnels, light rail transit (LRT) and bridges 
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Manitoba

Job opportunity due to:

  • replacing 8,600 tradespeople who are expected to retire over the coming decade
  • construction projects in the institutional and commercial sector, as well as the heavy industrial and engineering sectors, including major electric utilities, transmission, pipelines and mining projects
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New Brunswick

Job opportunity due to:

  • replacing 7,700 tradespeople who are expected to retire over the coming decade
  • proposed construction projects in the heavy industrial sector, including new pipeline, marine terminal and mining projects
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Newfoundland and Labrador

Job opportunity due to:

  • replacing 6,000 tradespeople who are expected to retire over the coming decade
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Nova Scotia

Job opportunity due to:

The following trades/occupations are predicted to be high in demand at various times over the next 10 years. Click on the links below and check out the year-by-year “Job prospects” for each.

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Ontario

Job opportunity due to:

The following trades/occupations are predicted to be high in demand at various times over the next 10 years. Click on the links below and check out the year-by-year “Job prospects” for each.

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Prince Edward Island

Job opportunity due to:

The following trades/occupations are predicted to be high in demand at various times over the next 10 years. Click on the links below and check out the year-by-year “Job prospects” for each.

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Quebec

Job opportunity due to:

The following trades/occupations are predicted to be high in demand at various times over the next 10 years. Click on the links below and check out the year-by-year “Job prospects” for each.

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Saskatchewan

Job opportunity due to:

  • replacing 8,700 tradespeople who are expected to retire over the coming decade
  • construction projects in the heavy industrial sector, including major resource development and pipeline projects
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The Territories

Job opportunity due to:

  • ongoing and proposed construction projects in the heavy industrial sector, including big resource development projects

The following trades/occupations are predicted to be high in demand at various times over the next 10 years. Click on the links below and check out the year-by-year “Job prospects” for each.

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