Labour Market InformationLabour Market Information

Future construction needs versus enough skilled workers – it’s a delicate balancing act and the Construction Sector Council’s role is to help industry deal with this challenge. The CSC has resources to answer questions not only from the industry, but also from the media:

  • Where is construction activity growing?
  • Where will Canada’s future workers come from?
  • How does the CSC encourage women, Aboriginal people, youth, older Canadians and foreign-trained workers to consider careers in construction?
  • What skills will workers need, and are there programs to develop those skills?
  • How do training requirements differ between communities, provinces, territories, regions and countries around the globe?

The CSC’s many labour market information (LMI) products provide information to help the  construction industry formulate strategic plans and design projects. The media will also find that these products offer:

To find even more detailed information, please visit our LMI website Construction Forecasts: www.constructionforecasts.ca. There, you will find timely forecast data on residential and non-residential construction investment activity, and labour supply and demand at the national, provincial and regional levels.