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Our newest additions:
Webisodes featuring Tom Zizys - What does the data mean?  Click on the Wages links below:
 
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Simcoe Muskoka Data Presentation 
Lived Experience with Poverty
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The ROI of adopting a 
Living Wage Policy 
 
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Chris D'souza
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Meghan Reid
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Trina Foster
Stephanie Hobbs
Chris D'souza
Meghan Reid
Trina Foster
Stephanie Hobbs
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Tom Zizys Part 1
Tom Zizys Part 2
Tom Zizys Part 3 
Tom Zizys Part 4
 
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PSW Work in
Long Term Care
Sasha- Is Personal Support Worker the Career for You?
PSW Interview- Alicia PSW and Nursing Student
Education Options for
PSW Training 
Breakfast and Learn 2019 "Women in Skilled Trades" Video Vignettes
 
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Complete "Women in Skilled Trades" Video Presentation 
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Double A Electrical - Barrie
Marina del Rey/Georgian College 
 
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Wages in Simcoe County - Part 1
Wages in Simcoe County - Part 2
 
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The Sharing Economy - Part 1
The Sharing Economy - Part 2
 
 
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LLMP 2018-19 Report
SMWDB-Trillium Muskoka Labour Market Study, Assessment and Recommendations
 
Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program Breakfast and Learn 2018
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Vignette Success Stories
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Lana and Justin - Squeez'd Smoothies
Peter Hanney - Snow Valley Ski Resort
Ann Curley - Muskoka Discovery Centre
Cathy Tait - Management Professional 
 
 
 
The Benefits of Investing in Your Employees Show
 
 
Dispelling the Myths in Apprenticeship
Hiring People with Employment Barriers featuring Max Valiquette

Employers are often unable to fill positions, conversely, job seekers with job placement challenges find it difficult to secure employment due to a lack of understanding of their unique value. 

SMWDB, in conjunction with a panel of experts, addressed challenges in attracting, retaining and enhancing local talent by discussing diverse groups (youth, immigrants, aboriginals, people with diversity issues and those with criminal records) so local employers can expand their labour pool. 

 
 
 
 
Employment Ontario Resources
 
Skilled Trades Expo 2016
Skilled Trades Expo 2017