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PERT’s Analysis of Bill 96

This analysis of Bill 96 highlights the shortcomings that we have identified in Bill 96 and makes recommendations that take...

Limited amount of workplace French-language training programs for English speakers further exacerbates Québec’s labour market shortage

The Provincial Employment Roundtable (PERT) has just released an inventory report which examines the availability of French-language...

Why Unemployment Matters

This brief provides an overview of some of the key impacts of unemployment for individuals and communities and outlines the...

English-speaking Québecers experience higher unemployment and earn lower incomes than their francophone counterparts

The Provincial Employment Roundtable (PERT) has released an employment profile of English speakers across Québec. This profile,...

Year in Review

As 2021 comes to an end, we`d like to take some time to review everything that has happened this year!

A Strategy to Promote the Employability of English-Speaking Quebecers

Provincial Employment Roundtable (PERT) organized a panel discussion in Montreal on December 3rd, featuring key initiatives...

Regional Employment Profiles: PERT’s Regional Tour

The Provincial Employment Roundtable (PERT) is always looking to deepen our understanding of the employment landscape for...

About the Provincial Employment Roundtable’s Sectoral Tables

The Provincial Employment Roundtable has a mandate to create three sectoral tables which bring together employers, employment...

Barriers to Employment – French as a Second Language Training

The inaccessibility of French Language training poses barriers to employment for Québec's English-speaking communities.

PERT is Recruiting New Board Members

Looking to help improve employment and employability outcomes for Quebec’s English-speaking communities? We are looking...

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