Ministry of Jobs, Trade and Technology
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- Aboriginal Business & Investment Council
A council to help improve Aboriginal participation in the economy.
- Canada-B.C. Job Grant
An employer-driven, cost-sharing program that can help employers invest in training for their current or future employees.
- Employment Standards Branch
Informational videos, information, and forms on understanding employment standards in B.C.
- Industry Training Authority
Everything you need to know about apprenticeships and industry training in B.C.
Procurement and sourcing opportunities stemming from LNG projects in the province.
- B.C.'s Skills for Jobs Blueprint
A strategy to help align training and education with in-demand jobs.
- Workers' Advisers Office
Free advice and assistance to workers and their dependants on disagreements they may have with WorkSafeBC decisions.
- Provincial Nominee Program
An accelerated immigration pathway for individuals to obtain permanent resident status in Canada.
- Employers' Advisers Office
Independent advice, assistance, representation and education to employers, potential employers and employer associations concerning workers' compensation issues.
- Sector Labour Market Partnerships Program
The Program provides funding for partnership-led projects that address broader sector and regional labour market issues within British Columbia’s diverse economy.
- BC Jobs Plan
A plan to keep B.C.'s economy diverse, strong and growing.
Committed to help British Columbians successfully navigate B.C.’s labour market.
Designed to help prospective immigrants, newcomers, community leaders, and service providers find the information, tools and resources that they need.
Destination British Columbia is responsible for marketing the Super, Natural British Columbia ® brand to the world.
A strategic and integrated approach to the growth and development of the province's creative industries.