Canada and British Columbia recognize the importance of two-way data exchange to support effective analysis of the performance of labour market programs and services. Canada: Please note that the Board of Directors now only accepts collective agreements in electronic form. The name of the document must contain the name of the employer, the name of the Union (or acronym) and the duration of the agreement (for collective agreements) or the date of the accompanying documents (e.g. B.Employers.Union.2019-2022.pdf). Please email your contract to LRB. Library@lrb.bc.ca. If you are unable to submit your contract by email, please mail your contract to a CD-ROM. Make sure all “comments” in your contract are deleted before submitting them to the Board of Directors. Please submit your consent in the form of a single document. 6. (1) British Columbia is committed to supporting programming flexibility and providing support to eligible employment recipients, training and other aids to improve their ability to do their current work, prepare for new employment, improve their participation in the labour market, help them develop the skills needed to find employment and maintain employment, improve their labour market performance and develop their workforce.
Canada and British Columbia agree that British Columbia is taking an approach to implementing eligible programs under this agreement, which includes a collaborative and cooperative agreement between several provincial departments and agreements with external agencies to maximize the value of the financial contributions of the contracting parties. 9. Canada and British Columbia agree that, although the legitimate beneficiaries are Aboriginal peoples, Canada will continue to offer its own employment programs to Aboriginal peoples. Canada and British Columbia agree, through the Labour Force Development Committee, to better coordinate the implementation of their respective programs for Aboriginal peoples. Canada and British Columbia recognize the importance of working together to move seamlessly from these agreements prior to the new labour development agreement. 39. This agreement replaces the Canada-B.C. agreement and the Canada-British Columbia labour market agreement for persons with disabilities on the effective date.
On that day, these agreements will be terminated. 5. (1) Canada and British Columbia agree that British Columbia is primarily responsible for the design and implementation of labour market programs in British Columbia under this agreement, based on the needs of the B.C. labour market. Canada and British Columbia agree on the importance of continuous improvement based on improving labour market information, exchanging best practices, promoting innovation and sharing information on federal and provincial labour market programs in the province of British Columbia; Under Section 41 of the DESDA, the Minister may enter into agreements to obtain information regarding the management or implementation of a program with provincial governments.