August 2022 - If you feel like you see a lot of “we’re hiring” signs around your community these days, you would be right. That’s because Northern Ontario has a shrinking labour force due in part to baby boomers reaching the age of retirement but also low birth rates and youth out-migration.
April 2022 - All roads lead home: Immigration flows into Ontario’s north and what this means for RNIP impacts, lays out current immigration levels and characteristics in Northern Ontario’s five largest cities: North Bay, Timmins, Sault Ste. Marie, Thunder Bay, and Greater Sudbury.
March 2, 2022 - This article first appeared in The Walleye Magazine, March issue.
February 24, 2022 - An aging population, low fertility rates, and high levels of youth out migration: we’ve heard it all before. But what does this demographic shift mean for minority groups already in Ontario’s northern regions? Well, for the French-speaking population, it could impact the availability of French services such as access to a French-speaking nurse or the supply of French school teachers.
February 15, 2022 - Conversations about racism and discrimination are not supposed to be easy. There can be a frankness to them that is easy to turn away from and file “For Later”. The paper Addressing the Cuts Left Behind, spotlights those conversations.
February 1, 2022 - Surveys, surveys, everywhere. If you live and work in Northern Ontario, you no doubt have been targeted by a survey. Likely more than one. You may even receive a few on the same day. The reason for that is simple.
January 27, 2022 - Despite making up less than 10% of the total population of the district, Francophones play a critical role in Algoma’s economy.
December 1, 2021 - Straight from the Tap: Clean water becoming a reality for Some Northern Communities