Labour Market Information and Skills Inventory Survey Pilot Project - On Reserve

Executive Summary 

This initiative is an opportunity to discover and harness integral, on-reserve economic information typically available to only municipalities.  Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) has selected 11 Indigenous Skills Employment and Training (ISET) program partners across the country (and 44 of their First Nations communities) including Anishinabek Employment and Training Services (AETS), to participate in the development and implementation of this Pilot Comprehensive Community Skills Inventory as well as Labor Market Study and are providing some of the funds necessary to start to implement it in communities.

 On-reserve Labor Market Information (LMI) is key to taking control of our program design, service delivery and decision-making in First Nations employment offices such as AETS.  There is somewhat of a shortage of data pertaining to skills and training needs, employment experiences, and educational and skill profiles of Anishinabek citizens.  AETS will be utilizing the funds allocated to this project, as well as the resources currently available to us, to fill the gap in information and technological infrastructure capabilities.

The key objective of the LMI Project is to improve labour market information by supporting First Nations communities in their labour market planning and service delivery. While AETS support First nations communities’ operations and service delivery, it has lacked the funding and infrastructure to implement a project to obtain an adequate level of labour market information.  AETS will use the information collected in the next few years (by March 2021 and March 2022) to understand the needs of the communities and paint a picture of their economic states.  While ensuring that all personal information remains secure and belongs to the First Nation.

AETS has obtained approval and input from First Nation leadership to ensure that AETS is capturing information relevant to the community and hiring on-reserve survey takers.  AETS looks forward to each of its nine member community’s participation in the Labour Market Information Pilot Project, and for involvement to evolve the project in the way that best services the community.

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Surveyor Contact Information

ANIMBIIGOO ZAAGI'IGAN ANISHINAABEK (Lake Nipigon)

Mason Shawayamish, Survey Interviewer

807 708 2252

mshawayahamish@aza.ca

Poster Link

AZA Self Serve Survey Link

BIIGTIGONG NISHNAABEG (Pic River)

Laura Twance, Survey Interviewer

807 228 1213

l.lee3214@gmail.com

Poster Link

BN Self Serve Survey Link

BIINJITIWAABIK ZAAGING ANISHINAABEK (Rocky Bay)

Eugenie McGuire, Survey Interviewer

807 788 4473

emcguire_council@rockybayfn.ca

Poster Link

BZA Self Serve Survey Link

BINGWI NEYAASHI ANISHINAABEK (Sand Point)

Megan Borysewicz, Survey Interviewer

807 632 0203

meganborysewicz@gmail.com

Poster Link

BNA Self Serve Survey Link

KIASHKE ZAAGING ANISHINAABEK (Gull Bay)

AJ Esquega, Survey Interviewer

807 982 0006

energy@gbfn.ca

Poster Link

KZA Self Serve Survey Link

MICHIPICOTEN FIRST NATION

Sylvia Lesage, Survey Interviewer

705 914 0566

sylviaclesage@gmail.com

Poster Link

Michipicoten Self Serve Survey Link

NETMIZAAGGAMIG NISHNAABEG (Pic Mobert)

KateLynn Desmoulin, Survey Interviewer 

705 255 8587

employmentworker@picmobert.ca

Poster Link

Pic Mobert Self Serve Survey Link

PAYS PLAT FIRST NATION

Karlee Posine-Avila, Survey Interviewer

807 358 1075

aetsavila@outlook.com

Poster Link

Pays Plat Self Serve Survey Link

RED ROCK INDIAN BAND

Joanna Decicco, Survey Interviewer

807 887 4693

joanna.decicco@rrib.ca

Poster Link

Red Rock Indian Band Self Serve Survey Link