Skilled trades in Canada
Canada currently has shortages in various skilled trades due to an aging workforce and a growing demand for skilled labour. Some of the skilled trades experiencing shortages in Canada include:
Top in-demand skilled trades across Canada are cook, Industrial Electrician, Industrial Mechanics Millwrights, Painter and Decorator & welders.
Over 256,000 new apprentices are needed over the next 5 years to meet demand in Canada.
Also, in demand are
Heavy-Duty Equipment Technicians
Automotive Service Technicians
To address these shortages, the Canadian government has implemented various programs to encourage and facilitate the entry of skilled tradespeople into the country, such as the Federal Skilled Trades Program and Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) that target specific trades. Additionally, there are also programs that provide training and support for Canadians to develop the necessary skills and qualifications to enter these trades.
Also, you can start with Union link below & non union go from there. Quebec union is mandatory.
For more information click on the link below.
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Canadian Union & non union Skilled Trades website
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