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Since 1993, there has been a 94% increase in job postings for Automotive Technicians across Canada.  As a motive power employer, you are well aware of the stats and the real difficulties in acquiring and retaining skilled employees.  We have a desperate need to introduce youth to the Motive Power trades and its incredible career […]

Community Sector Council Training

Our partners the Community Sector Council are hosting training this month on Community Engaged Research, Building an Intercultural Workplace and we’re excited to be attending a session on Board Governance. https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/stronger-together-community-engaged-research-clari-central-region-tickets-61568553200 https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/building-an-intercultural-workplace-leadership-lab-central-tickets-61316016857 https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/board-governance-central-region-tickets-65171294095

AIA Canadian Collision Industry Yearbook

AIA Canada is proud to present the third edition of the Canadian Collision Industry Yearbook, gathering together relevant data for the Canadian collision sector in one place to provide valuable and insightful information. Published every two years, the 2019 yearbook is a must-have resource for strategic business planning and for those looking to learn more […]

Nova Scotia wins 19 medals at Skills Canada National Competition

Students from all over the country came to compete in 40 competitions. They were in six skilled trade and technology sectors, including Transportation, construction, manufacturing and engineering, information technology, service and employment. Our Nova Scotia competitors brought home 19 medals – five gold, eight silver, six bronze – in various areas. They were up against […]

Skills Canada Technology Summit

Shown from left to right are: Annabelle Cormack, President of Cormack Recruitment, David Adams, President of Global Automakers of Canada, Jason Dale, Executive Director of Automotive Business School of Canada, Georgian College, Leanne Jefferies, Director of Skills Canada Collision Repair Program, our own Shannon Trites, Executive Director of the Automotive Sector Council of Nova Scotia, […]