Tempat Wisata Paling Romantis di Telaga Remis

in Aug 24, 2023

Telaga Remis menjadi daerah wisata yang paling kerap dikunjungi oleh para wisatawan, tepatnya di th. 1980 hingga 1990-an. Bahkan dikarenakan ramainya pengunjung yang datang, daerah wisata ini hingga dibuatkan lagu oleh Nano S. dengan judul lagu Telaga Reumis dan dinyanyikan oleh Nining Meida. Telaga Remis tentu menjadi wilayah yang romantis, lebih-lebih kecuali kamu singgah dengan[…]

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Canadian workers leaving pandemic-stricken sectors. Where are they going? – National

in Jul 28, 2022

Restaurants, airlines, schools and nursing homes are at the sharp end of a labour crunch that’s afflicted employers all year long. In June, the unemployment rate fell to a record low of 4.9 per cent, tightening the screws on an economy with more  Sabung Ayam Online positions than it could fill. Amid a prolonged pandemic,[…]

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Hiring process ‘broken’ in many Canadian firms, experts say. What’s the fix? – National

in Jul 20, 2022

As Canada continues to struggle with a nationwide labour shortage, some experts say that the hiring process in several organizations across varied sectors is “broken.” They say the issue has existed for a long time due to companies’ heavy reliance on referrals and was exacerbated by workplace changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more: Unemployment[…]

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Niverville, Man. to address labour shortage by removing language barrier – Winnipeg

in Jul 12, 2022

A Manitoba community is looking to attract more workers to meet a labour shortage, and in order to do so, the town’s council is working to remove a potential barrier. Niverville Mayor Myron Dyck told Global News the town is covering the cost of English classes for potential new workers who may not have enough[…]

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Montrealers protest against man guilty of sexual abuse ‘inadequate’ sentence – Montreal

in Jul 10, 2022

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted July 10, 2022 3:05 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Hundreds of people are rallying in front of Montreal’s courthouse today to denounce a light sentence imposed on a man who pleaded guilty to sexual assault and voyeurism. Protest co-organizer[…]

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London, Ont. jobless rate rose to 5.7% in June, Statistics Canada says – London

in Jul 08, 2022

The unemployment rate in London, Ont., rose again for the second straight month in June. According to Statistics Canada, London lost 1,600 jobs last month, resulting in the unemployment rate rising to 5.7 per cent in June from 5.2 per cent in May. Read more: Canada’s economy grew 0.3% in April, but signs of May[…]

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Some Montrealers are pivoting careers while the city copes with labour shortages

in Jul 08, 2022

As COVID-19 ripped through Quebec’s short-staffed and ill-prepared nursing homes at the beginning of the pandemic, David S. Landsman was among the province’s hailed “guardian angels” in health care who rushed to the front lines. The orderly was deployed from his position on a psychiatric unit at a Montreal hospital and left his other job[…]

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Guelph, Waterloo named among top small cities in Canada

in Jul 07, 2022

Guelph and Waterloo have been named as two of Canada’s top small cities. The Resonance Consultancy released its first ever ranking of the country’s Top 25 performing cities with populations of under 200,000 residents on Thursday. The rankings are based on several factors including employment, the amount of visitors to each city, the number of[…]

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42 newcomers graduate from N.B. Skills Launch program – New Brunswick

in Jun 29, 2022

It was a day of celebration for the students who participated in the Skills Launch program. The program was a joint effort by the Multicultural Association of Fredericton and the New Brunswick Multicultural Council Inc. to help newcomers gain English as a second language and workplace essential skills. On Wednesday, 42 participants graduated at a[…]

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Regina police launch new program to hire more female officers

in Jun 27, 2022

Expect to see more women within the Regina Police Service (RPS) now that the law enforcement agency is taking part in a 30×30 Initiative. The North American program aims to have the percentage of women sworn into police positions be at 30 per cent by the year 2030. RPS is one of 176 policing organizations[…]

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