BEAHR Guiding Principles: How ECO Canada Commits to Develop Meaningful Relationships with Indigenous Communities
Our relationship with Indigenous peoples is founded on respect. Respect for their distinct cultures, history, unique relationship to the land and the legal status of Indigenous Peoples.
If you’re interested in funding opportunities for training in your community, we invite you to take a look at a comprehensive list of resources we’ve gathered for you.
Recognition of BEAHR Training for Post-Secondary Academic Credit: Lakeland College and ECO Canada Partner to Support Indigenous Learners
In authentic efforts to provide a meaningful environmental career path and reduce barriers to success for Indigenous BEAHR Graduates, Lakeland College and ECO Canada signed an articulation agreement on June 17, 2020.
The latest installment from ECO Canada’s HR Insights series is here! We have been tracking business and HR trends month over month to understand how the environmental workforce has been impacted by COVID-19 and other current events.
Climate change is one of the top priorities in the Canadian environmental agenda. At a provincial level, diverse projects were developed to reduce gas emissions, explore alternate energy sources, or improve farming systems.
ECO Canada conducted a comprehensive survey with 1,853 business establishments across Canada to capture a point-in-time snapshot of the workforce in terms of demographics, establishments, revenues and employment in six key industries.
Environmental assessment (EA) is a multi-faceted and multi-stakeholder process involving organizations and individuals within diverse industries.
ECO Canada is seeking the services of experienced consultants to produce more refined estimates and forecasts of environmental employment.
ECO Canada is seeking the services of a Research & Analytical Consultant(s) to plan and conduct quantitative and qualitative research, analysis and report writing for short-term labour market information studies funded by the Government of Canada’s Sectoral Initiatives Program between October 2018 and November 2020. Background and Objectives The environmental employment sector is broad. ECO […]
Job posting trends indicate positive outlook for environmental professionals in Canada. In 2017, job postings in the sector bounced back with almost 23,000 postings, reflecting a 9% increase from 2016 levels. The implementation of various environmental programs at a provincial level, along with other economic factors, accentuated the increase in job opportunities. Specific areas of […]