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Manitoba to see steady gains in construction employment

Construction will continue to be a leading industry in Manitoba over the next decade with the new residential home building and electrical utility sectors reaching record high employment levels. Industrial, commercial and institutional construction will also see steady gains.

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Eight-year growth spurt for Manitoba’s construction industry

Eight-year growth spurt for Manitoba’s construction industry

Manitoba’s construction industry will grow steadily over the next several years, with employment peaking in 2014 and remaining high until 2019. A new forecast scenario from the Construction Sector Council (CSC) − Construction Looking Forward: An assessment of construction labour markets for Manitoba from 2011 to 2019 - says the growth is driven by last year’s strong rebound in residential building and by hydroelectric power projects.

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New workers needed to meet peak labour requirements

New workers needed to meet peak labour requirements

A new forecast scenario for Saskatchewan's construction industry says a rising demand for potash, oil refinery expansion and a recovery in the housing market are behind the province's current construction growth, and that demand for labour will peak next year.

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