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Labour Market Services

The Government of Saskatchewan is continuing to offer career planning and employment services during the State of Emergency in Saskatchewan due to COVID-19. Please email or phone Labour Market Services to access available programs and services.

Toll-free Number → 1-833-613-0485

Email address → labourmarketservices@gov.sk.ca

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The Ministry of Immigration and Career Training is committed to helping all Saskatchewan people realize their full employment potential because we know that employment stability can improve people's quality of life.

The ministry's Labour Market Services branch provides job searching, job matching, career planning, and job training services to Saskatchewan residents throughout the province. These supports are designed to develop and match the skills of Saskatchewan workers with the skills needed by Saskatchewan employers.

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1. Job Searching and Job Matching

If you have lost your job or are struggling to find work, one of our career development professionals can help you gain skills and confidence for a successful job search. A career development professional can help you:

  • Identify job opportunities
  • Build your resume and cover letter
  • Prepare for an interview
  • Connect you to employers

You can also check out jobs and career opportunities on SaskJobs.ca.

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2. Career Planning

If you need help planning your career, our trained career development professionals can help you learn about career options and how to get started on your career pathway. They can assist you with:

  • Providing information on occupations, including wage and future prospects
  • Understanding your skills, interests and goals
  • Referrals to employment and training programs
  • Developing a career action plan to align with your goals

To view information about what jobs are expected to have openings in the future, visit Saskatchewan's Labour Market Information page.

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3. Job Training

If you require additional skills or education to obtain the job you want, a career development professional can help. We work with community service providers and educational institutions to provide education and employment programs in Saskatchewan. We can help you:

  • Identify employment programs to improve your skills
  • Connect you with community service providers and educational institutions
  • Determine your eligibility for financial assistance

If you are receiving EI benefits and want to participate in training, contact Labour Market Services to discuss options.

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4. Contact Us

If you are unemployed or need help in deciding the next step in your career path, contact us:

Toll-free Number → 1-833-613-0485

Email address → labourmarketservices@gov.sk.ca

All in-person services are being delivered by telephone, email or by virtual face-to-face technology to support public safety as a result of measures taken with the declaration of a State of Emergency in Saskatchewan due to COVID-19.

Service Delivery Locations

Estevan


Ministry of Immigration and Career Training
Labour Market Services Office
202 - 1302 3rd Street - 2nd Floor
Estevan, SK

North Battleford


Ministry of Immigration and Career Training
Labour Market Services Office
15 - 9800 Territorial Drive
North Battleford, SK

La Ronge


Ministry of Immigration and Career Training
Labour Market Services Office
1328 La Ronge Avenue
La Ronge, SK

Prince Albert


Ministry of Immigration and Career Training
Labour Market Services Office
100 - 1288 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK

Lloydminster


Ministry of Immigration and Career Training
Labour Market Services Office
5 - 4517 - 50 Avenue 
Lloydminster, SK

Regina


Ministry of Immigration and Career Training
Labour Market Services Office
1955 Broad Street
Regina, SK

Meadow Lake


Ministry of Immigration and Career Training
Labour Market Services Office
204 - 1st Street East
Meadow Lake, SK

Saskatoon


Ministry of Immigration and Career Training
Labour Market Services Office
225 - 1st Avenue North
Saskatoon, SK

Moose Jaw


Ministry of Immigration and Career Training
Labour Market Services Office
61A Ross Street West
Moose Jaw, SK

Yorkton


Ministry of Immigration and Career Training
Labour Market Services Office
72 Smith Street East
1st Floor, Kuziak Building
Yorkton, SK
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5. Canada-Saskatchewan Rapid Response Teams

Canada-Saskatchewan Rapid Response Teams are a partnership between the Labour Standards Office (LSO), Labour Market Services (LMS), Saskatchewan Immigration and Service Canada.

Rapid Response Teams provide support services for businesses and workers affected by production slowdowns or layoffs.

Each team is assembled to address the particular needs of the employer and affected workers.

Rapid Response Teams offer individualized, targeted solutions to meet the unique needs of workers and job seekers. Rapid Response information may include:

  • A description of the Employment Insurance process, what you need and what you need to know;
  • Advice about re-training and advancing along your career path;
  • Your rights and obligations under the Labour Standards Act;
  • Career and employment services available in your community;
  • Saskjobs.ca for free resumé searching and job posting services; and
  • Special information for immigrant workers.

Individualized, targeted solutions are only a phone call away!

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