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Labour Market Partnerships

The Labour Market Partnerships Program provide funding to support employers, employer or employee associations, community groups and communities in developing and implementing labour market strategies and activities for dealing with labour force adjustments and meeting human resource requirements. Labour Market Partnerships may be used to provide assistance for employed persons who are facing loss of employment.

Eligibility Information

Businesses, organizations, municipalities, band/tribal councils, public health and educational institutions are eligible to receive funding as sponsors.

  • Proposed activities must focus on an identified labour market issue and be assessed as likely to have a positive impact on the labour market.
  • All activities must involve partnership.
  • Within these parameters, Labour Market Partnerships may support activities related to human resource planning and labour force adjustment.
  • Activities must have defined start and finish dates, and not be part of a sponsor's day-to-day operations.

Other criteria may apply.

What are the Financial Benefits?

Funding may be provided to cover overhead costs such as wages and employment costs, research or technical studies, and other related costs and eligible expenses negotiated with program officials.

How do I Apply?

Please review the Program Guidelines (available below). Employers/Sponsors seeking funding under Labour Market Partnerships should complete the application form and cashflow, and submit them along with a detailed project description to the following address:

Department of Advanced Education and Skills

P.O. Box 8700
St. John's, NL A1B 4J6
Attn: LMDA

Forms

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Contact Information

Advanced Education and Skills LMDA Delivery Office Locations

General enquiries: 1-800-563-6600

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