The Quebec Population Health Research Network has launched its Master’s and PhD students competition. This competition aims at recognizing contributions to the field of population health research.
Submission deadline: March 2, 2018
L’Association des démographes du Québec a le plaisir de vous inviter à soumettre des propositions de communications pour son colloque de 2018 qui se déroulera au Centre UCS de l’INRS les 14 et 15 mai prochains.
Date limite : 12 février 2018. Cliquez pour plus de détails.
Atelier de formation en évaluation économique en santé. Les membres et collaborateurs de la composante Recherche sur les systèmes de santé et services sociaux, l’application des connaissances et la mise en œuvre de l’Unité de soutien SRAP du Québec vous invitent à participer à une journée de formation en évaluation économique dans un contexte de recherche axée sur le patient.
Date: 27 mars, Université Laval.
Graduate students, post-doctoral researchers and recent graduates conducting (or having conducted) research at the QICSS are invited to submit a proposal for a presentation that highlights this year's theme « Making Sense of Data: Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Social Statistics ».
Proposals must be submitted by February 16. Click here for more information.
Medium Term Indicators (MTI) Performance Indicator database includes masked data on 100 percent of individuals who participated in the major labour market programs including: Labour Market Development Agreements (LMDAs), Youth Employment Strategy, Aboriginal Human Resources Development Agreements (AHRDAs), Aboriginal Skills and Employment Partnerships (ASEP)) and Indigenous Skills and Employment Strategy (ISET – previously ASETS) from 1996 to the most recent available (2016). MTI database include also information on 20 to 100 percent of individuals who received Regular EI benefits, but had no participation under the LMDAs from 1996 to the most recent year for which data is available (2016) which constitute a potential pools of control group.
This is a Request for Proposals for programs of research/evaluation to support ESDC evaluations of current labour market programming. The programs of research/evaluation are being commissioned as part of the ESDC Evaluation Plan to provide supplementary evidence to support ESDC evaluations of federally funded labour market programming in Canada and the EI Commission annual Employment Insurance Monitoring and Assessment Report (EI part I and II).
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Statistics Canada is releasing the sixth set of results from the 2016 Census of Population. These results focus on education, labour, journey to work and language of work in 2016 at the national, provincial, territorial and sub-provincial levels.
To learn more about the 2016 Census of population products and releases, click here.