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  • Aboriginal Human Resource Council - Saskatoon, SK; We create and market a wide range of products, services and networks that help Indigenous people advance careers and organizations create inclusive workplaces that position them as employers-of-choice.; Career Opportunities.

  • Apparel Human Resources Council - Montreal, Quebec; The Apparel Human Resources Council (AHRC) is a national, industry-led, independent, non-profit organisation representing and serving the human resources development and adjustment needs of managers and employees in the apparel manufacturing industry.; Contact info.

  • BioTalent Canada - Ottawa, ON; BioTalent Canada is the HUMAN RESOURCES hub of Canada's bio-economy. A non-profit national organization, BioTalent Canada anticipates needs and creates opportunities, connecting employers with job seekers, delivering human resource, information and skills development tools to the bio-economy.; For Job Seekers.

  • Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council - Ottawa, ON; The Council works with industry leaders, governments and educational stakeholders to research, develop and communicate solutions to the challenges in employment and skills development in primary agriculture. ; contact info.

  • Canadian Apprenticeship Forum - Ottawa, Ontario; Established in 2000, the CAF-FCA is a federally chartered, multi-partite, not-for-profit organization working to influence pan-Canadian apprenticeship strategies through research, discussion and collaboration with the apprenticeship community and to promote apprenticeship as an effective model for training and education, contributing to the development of a skilled, productive, inclusive and mobile labour force.; Career Opportunities.

  • anadian Automotive Repair and Service Council - Ottawa, ON; The Canadian Automotive Repair and Service (CARS) Council is Canada's leader in human resource (HR) and training development for the motive power repair and service industry. ; Contact info.

  • Canadian Council for Aviation & Aerospace - Ottawa, Ontario; The Canadian Council for Aviation & Aerospace (CCAA) is a not-for-profit, national partnership organization that brings together business, labour, educators, industry associations and government in a strategic alliance that is focused on implementing solutions to the specific skills and demographic needs of the industry.; Contact info.

  • Canadian Council of Professional Fish Harvesters - Ottawa, ON ; The Canadian Council of Professional Fish Harvesters is the National Sector Council for the fish harvesting industry in Canada. It was founded in 1995 to represent the interests of fish harvesters at the national level and to promote professionalization.; Career Opportunities.

  • Canadian Grocery HR Council - Mississauga, ON; The Canadian Grocery HR Council (CGHRC) works with employers, employees, labour, educators, job seekers and others to develop a solid base of talent for Canada's food retail/wholesale industry, identify opportunities, and contribute to the strength of the sector as a whole.; Career Opportunities.

  • Canadian Plastics Sector Council - Ottawa Ontario; The Canadian Plastics Sector Council (CPSC) is a national not-for-profit association created to explore and address emerging human resources issues in the plastics processing industry. Established through the Sectoral Partnerships Initiative program of Human Resources Social Development Canada (formally Human Resources Skills and Development Canada), the Council is a partnership of employers and employees in the industry.; Contact info.

  • Canadian Printing Industries Sector Council - Ottawa ON; The Canadian Printing Industries Sector Council (CPISC) is a non-profit organization that provides a national forum for collaboration on human resource and workforce development issues within the printing and graphic communications industry. CPISC was incorporated in April 2006 through the Sectoral Partnerships Initiative of Human Resources and Social Development Canada.; Contact Info.

  • Canadian Steel Trade and Employment Congress - Toronto, Ontario ; CSTEC has been providing innovative and cost-effective training services for over 20 years.; Contact info.

  • Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council - Mississauga, ON; The Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council brings together partners in the sector to develop solutions to the human resource challenges faced by stakeholders. Recognizing the vital role of the supply chain to Canada's economy, the Council is committed to enhancing the sector's ability to attract and retain workers at all levels and across the full range of functions, and to advancing the skills of those workers.; Career Opportunities.

  • Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (CTHRC) - Ottawa, ON; The Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (CTHRC) is one of 34 national sector councils whose overall goal is to improve the quality of the Canadian labour force, and to assist businesses to be more flexible in meeting changing competitive demands. The CTHRC is the council responding to these demands on behalf of the 174,000 tourism businesses and the 1.75 million people employed in tourism related occupations. ; Career Opportunities.

  • Canadian Trucking Human Resources Council - Ottawa (Ontario); Working in partnership with industry members, the Canadian Trucking Human Resources Council (CTHRC) is a non-profit Council dedicated to making sure your business keeps on trucking. ; Career Opportunities.

  • Child Care Human Resources Sector Council - Ottawa (Ontario); The Child Care Human Resources Sector Council (CCHRSC) is the hub for information on human resource issues in Canada's early childhood education and care (ECEC) sector. The CCHRSC is a pan-Canadian, non-profit organization guided by a volunteer board made up of sector representatives from across Canada, and funded (between 2003-2013) by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada's (HRSDC) Sector Council Program.; Contact info.

  • Construction Sector Council - Ottawa, ON; The Construction Sector Council (CSC) is a national industry-led organization committed to the development of a highly skilled workforce that will support the future needs of Canada's construction industry.; Career Opportunities.

  • Contact Centre Canada - Ottawa, ON; Contact Centre Canada (CCC) is one of 34 sector councils funded by the Government of Canada's Sector Council Program. CCC coordinates the customer contact centre industry's human resource initiatives through the development and implementation of a national, integrated, long-term human resource strategy.; Contact info.

  • Council for Automotive Human Resources (CAHR) - Etobicoke, Ontario; The Council for Automotive Human Resources (CAHR) is the sector council for the Canadian automotive manufacturing industry, an industry-led organization that works to build industry competitiveness through effective, long-term workforce development strategies.; Ccontact info.

  • Cultural Human Resources Council - Ottawa, ON; The Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC) brings together cultural workers and employers to address training, career development and other human resource issues. The cultural sector includes a labour force of over 539,000 and several thousand businesses and organizations – large, medium and small, not-for-profit and for-profit.; Career Opportunities.

  • Environmental Careers Organization of Canada - Calgary, Alberta; ECO Canada is a not-for-profit organization that was first established in 1992 under the federal government's Sector Council initiative. Over the past 19 years, ECO Canada has grown into its own as an organization focused on supporting Canada's environment industry by communicating with industry stakeholders, conducting research and creating the necessary resources required to address human resource needs in order to ensure the success of this dynamic sector. ; Contact info.

  • Electricity Sector Council - Ottawa, ON; The Electricity Sector Council (ESC) is the hub for research into human resources trends and sector-specific solutions to Canada's skilled-labour shortage. ; Career Opportunities.

  • Food Processing HR Council - Ottawa, Ontario; The Food Processing HR Council is the HR voice for Canadian food processors and manufacturers. We focus on addressing your human resources requirements, and your ability to face the future confidently in the knowledge that the industry's workers are at the leading edge. ; Career Opportunities.

  • Forest Products Sector Council - Ottawa ON; FPSC builds collective action among business, labour and sector stakeholders and provides national leadership in the development of strategic responses and interventions which address current and emerging human resource and labour market issues in the forest products sector.; Contact info.

  • Forum for International Trade Training - Ottawa, Ontario; FITT (Forum for International Trade Training) equips individuals and businesses with the practical skills they need to succeed in today's competitive global marketplace. A not-for-profit organization established by industry and government, FITT develops international business programs, sets competency standards, and designs the certification and accreditation programs for the Certified International Trade Professional (CITP*) designation. ; Contact Info.

  • HR Council for the Nonprofit Sector - Ottawa, Ontario; The HR Council for the Nonprofit Sector (HR Council) takes action on nonprofit labour force issues. As a catalyst, the HR Council sparks awareness and action on labour force issues. As a convenor, we bring together people, information and ideas in the spirit of collaborative action. As a research instigator we are building knowledge and improving our understanding of the nonprofit labour force.; Career Opportunities.

  • Information and Communications Technology Council - Ottawa, Ontario; The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) is a centre of expertise in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) research, policy development and workforce solutions. ICTC enables industries to maintain a competitive advantage in a global market and develop Canada's future skilled and innovative talent.; Contact info.

  • Mining Industry Human Resources Council - Kanata, ON; MiHR's approach to addressing the human resources challenges in the Canadian mining industry is simple, yet innovative and highly effective—work together, bring the best ideas to the table for the benefit of all, and utilize available resources wisely.; Career Opportunities.

  • Motor Carrier Passenger Council of Canada (BUS) - Richmond Hill, Ontario; We are a nationally recognized resource, working with the private sector, labour and government to strengthen our industry's image, profitability, and vitality. ; Career Opportunities.

  • Petroleum Human Resources Council of Canada - Calgary, Alberta; The Council is a key solution provider in ensuring Canada's petroleum industry meets its short and long-term human resource goals through strategic collaborations designed to help the oil and gas industry attract, develop and retain skilled talent.; Contact info.

  • Police Sector Council - Ottawa, Ontario; The Police Sector Council (PSC) is a centre for HR information, tools and networks. It supports horizontality in policing - a vision of a sector that is informed about HR issues and challenges, integrated in HR planning and management, and aligned and networked to improve policing "sector-wide".; Career Opportunities.

  • Textiles Human Resources Council - Ottawa, ON; The Textiles Human Resources Council is a non-profit partnership that works to ensure workers in Canada's technology-driven primary textile industry have the world-class skills the industry demands. The Council brings together textile producers, unions, suppliers, government departments and educational institutions to develop innovative training and education solutions that respond to established and emerging needs.; contact info.

  • Wood Manufacturing Council - Ottawa, ON; Since 2002, the Wood Manufacturing Council (WMC) has collaborated with employers, workers, educators, professional associations and government to help implement human resources solutions that will ensure the success of the advanced wood manufacturing sector.; Career Opportunities.

  • Asia Pacific Gateway Skills Table - Vancouver, B.C.; The Asia Pacific Gateway Skills Table is a non-profit, regional partnership between labour, business and education/training institutions. Our mission is to ensure the Asia Pacific Gateway has enough people with the right skills and training to meet its needs. ; Career Opportunities.

  • Association of Canadian Community Colleges - Ottawa, Ontario; The Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC) is the national, voluntary membership organization representing colleges and institutes in Canada and internationally.; Contact info.

  • Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists - Ottawa ON; CCTT is the national voice on issues such as pan-Canadian standards, national and international mobility, and national accreditation of technology programs.; Contact info.

  • Engineers Canada - Ottawa, ON; Engineers Canada is the national organization of the 12 provincial and territorial associations that regulate the profession of engineering in Canada and license the country's more than 250,000 members of the engineering profession.; Contact info.

  • Installation, Maintenance and Repair Sector Council - Toronto, Ontario; IMR carries out activities that contribute to the growth and success of the service business network; Career Opportunities.

  • National Association of Career Colleges - Brantford, ON; The NACC is a national association representing over 400 career colleges from across the country through its 9 provincial members, and through numerous companies in the education sector.; Career Opportunities.

  • Polytechnics Canada - Ottawa, ON; Polytechnics Canada is the voice of leading research-intensive, publicly funded colleges and institutes of technology. We are dedicated to helping colleges and industry create jobs for tomorrow.; Contact info.



  • Last updated on April 27, 2012