Looking for information on current labour market trends?
Statistics Canada's Perspectives on Labour and
Income for Summer 2009 is available now at the Career
Resource Centre in the Brown building. It provides current
information on the Canadian and U.S. labour markets and other
special reports, such as employment rates for the disabled.
According to the latest statistics, employment in the U.S. declined
steadily throughout 2008 while in Canada it increased, with losses
showing only in the final quarter. Other significant indicators
show that the Canadian labour market is healthier than the
For U.S.-specific labour market information, consult NACE's Summer 2009 Salary Survey via myFuture. To access, click on ‘View Career Resources’. Under the ‘Type’ drop-down menu, choose ‘CaPS- Subscription’ and then click on ‘Apply Search’.
The July/August edition of Qui fait Quoi is in. This issue contains a directory of filming/shooting sets plus all the latest news on the Québec cultural and communications industries.
The 2009-2010 edition of the Canadian Environmental Resource Guide is now available at both the Brown and Macdonald Campus Career Resource Centres (onsite consultation only). This extensive directory of Canadian environmental resources contains 13 indexes covering associations, programmes, grants, libraries, research, and publications; federal, provincial, municipal and intergovernment acts and regulations; and products, services and law firms. It also provides an environmental update including statistics, rankings, and more. If you prefer a digital version, the Resource Guide is available online through the McGill libraries.
If you have any questions, would like more information or have purchasing suggestions, don't hestitate to visit, call 514-398-3304 ext. 00950 or send an caps [dot] library [at] mcgill [dot] ca (e-mail). We will be open for the summer (closed on Fridays from 24/6/2009 through 31/7/2009).