Author: Kayla Huchenski

From Electricity Human Resources Canada's Workforce in Motion: Labour Market Intelligence Study  According to the Electricity Human Resources Canada’s 2019 Labour Market Intelligence Study (LMI) Workforce in Motion, the Canadian electricity industry will need to recruit over 20,000 new employees—20% of the existing workforce—between 2017...

Identifies labour supply and demand gaps and key trends impacting the electricity sector workforce to safeguard the long-term stability of Canada’s electricity supply TORONTO, ON (April 11, 2019) – Electricity Human Resources Canada (EHRC) released its five-year Workforce in Motion: Labour Market Intelligence (LMI) Study today at...

#PoweringTomorrow: Shaping the Future of Our Most Important Resource – Our People Electricity Human Resources Canada hosted its annual Awards of Excellence Feb. 21, 2019 and began with the Powering Tomorrow panel which discussed the importance of shaping the future of our most important resource: our...

Electricity Industry is dynamic and evolving – innovation via technology is sparking a need for new skillsets Ottawa, October 10, 2018 Smart grids, renewable electricity generation, automation, carbon capture and storage, and electric vehicles are transforming the traditional electricity industry. Technological innovation is reshaping and reinventing the...

Electricity Industry is dynamic and evolving – innovation in technology is sparking new skills Ottawa, ONTARIO, August 1, 2018 -- The Canadian electricity industry is evolving rapidly. Smart grids, renewable generation, automation, carbon capture and storage, and electric vehicles have the potential to transform the system....

Highlights how energy transitions underway will affect Alberta’s electricity workforce CALGARY, AB (April 19, 2018) – Electricity Human Resources Canada (EHRC), released its Labour Market Intelligence for Alberta’s Energy Sector – Workforce Transitions report earlier this week amongst a key group of employers, labour and educators...

[caption id="attachment_5867" align="aligncenter" width="300"] The Hon. Patty Hajdu, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour, with elected officials and CO-OP students from OPG, introducing Student Jobs Program for the Electricity Sector, at The Darlington Nuclear Information Center. (Photo: Business Wire)[/caption] Courtice, ON – April 10, 2018...

Electricity Human Resources Canada Honors Mike Allen of Ontario Power Generation, at its 5th Annual Awards of Excellence Event Event unveils preliminary findings from EHRC’s Labour Market Information (LMI) Study for the Canadian Electricity Industry followed by an engaging discussion with industry OTTAWA, Ontario--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Electricity Human Resources Canada...