Reconciling Indigenous Labour Market Intelligence: Data for Strategic Planning and Partnerships
Join Elizbeth Stone and Jason Dennison as they walk you through Canada’s first Indigenous Labour Market Platform that that documents and reports on Indigenous jobs and Industry employment across Canada. Learn about how this open resource can be used by economic development organizations and professionals to support strategic economic planning and partnerships.Explore a case example from Canada’s Aquaculture sector on how early conversations and Indigenous partnerships can lead to economic success for businesses and communities.
About the Speakers
Chief workforce & labour market researcher and a member of the college’s newly formed Business Intelligence and Research Services team. Jason advises Fleming on emerging career opportunities and labour market trends to support program development and program mix analysis. Since 2014, Jason has been involved in numerous initiatives related to the transformation of Ontario’s employment and training & education sectors - with particular emphasis on reconfiguring labour market information collection, analysis, dissemination, and usage. Jason lives in Buckhorn, Ontario with his two favourite people, Betty and Casey
Liz Stone, Niimin Mshiikehn Kwe, Mshiikehn Dodem, Aamjiwnaang nDoonjibaa miinwaa Nogojiwanong megwaa dodaa.
Indigenous Knowledge leader and Acting Academic Chair, Indigenous Perspectives at Fleming College, currently serving 4th term on the Indigenous Women Circle - Women and Gender Equality Canada.
Previous Associate Professor, Indigenous Governance at the University of Victoria. Liz is honoured to be a member of Colleges and Institutes Canada, National Planning Committee for Campus Green Buildings and Indigenous Land Management Approaches & moderator for the Global Affinity Group – Sustainability Development Goals and Intersections with Indigenous Knowledge. Her most important accomplishment & responsibility has been that as a mother to her son, Mkons Stone-Debassige.