2012-2017 Evaluation of the Canada-Nunavut Labour Market Development Agreement Summary

From: Employment and Social Development Canada

Alternate formats

2012-2017 Evaluation of the Canada-Nunavut Labour Market Development Agreement Summary

Labour Market Development Agreement

  • $2.8M are invested annually to help unemployed EI eligible individuals in Nunavut find and maintain employment.
  • Nunavut designs and delivers programs and services similar to Employment Benefits and Support Measures.
  • Programs and services include Adult Learning and Training Supports (including apprentices), Training on the Job, Nunavut Entrepreneurship Initiative and Employment Assistance Services.
Program/Service Number of Interventions 2014 to 2015 Total Expenditure 2014 to 2015
Employment Assistance Services 678 $1,033,000
Adult Learning and Training Supports 208 $886,000
Adult Learning and Training Supports - Apprentices 39
Training on the Job 7 $406,000
Nunavut Entrepreneurial Incentive 2 $33,000

Key Results

  • Indications of improved labour market attachment of participants (compared to pre-participation levels)
  • Indications of reduction in dependence on Employment Insurance and Social Assistance
  • Indications of a decrease in the proportion employed for some participants (may be due to labour market conditions)

Using evaluation evidence and best practices to focus interventions based on what works best.
Evaluation reports are available on Employment and Social Development Canada’s website.

Related services and information

 

Report a problem or mistake on this page
Please select all that apply:

Thank you for your help!

You will not receive a reply. For enquiries, contact us.

Date modified: