“Are You Ready?” Series
About the “Are You Ready?” Series
The “Are You Ready?” Series contains articles about major construction projects or new companies hundreds or even thousands of employees in Newfoundland and Labrador.
If you have the skills and training, you have a potential to get great careers after graduation and beyond.
Are you ready?
About 20 Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) Officers Available In Newfoundland and Labrador
Posted May 24, 2022
While this post is not related to skilled trades, some government organizations are facing a labour shortage in the near future.
For example, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) are now facing a shortage of Fisheries Officers and other staffers, which can do potential harm to Canada’s Fishing industry.
To address this shortage, DFO are now Fisheries Officers and other employees.
Right now, DFO are recruiting at least 20 employees in Newfoundland and Labrador.
DFO are also recruiting staff members in other province.
For Academy Canada’s Law Enforcement Foundations and Criminology students and graduates, check out these opportunities and much more.
Are you ready?
Source: Saltwire “About 20 DFO jobs available in Newfoundland and Labrador” – https://www.saltwire.com/newfoundland-labrador/business/local-business/about-20-dfo-jobs-available-in-newfoundland-and-labrador-100735400/.
“Bay du Nord” Project Has Potential To Create Jobs and Generate Low Carbon Sources of Oil
Posted April 5, 2022
The “Bay du Nord” project is an oil and gas exploration and extraction project planned along Newfoundland’s Jeanne d’Arc Basin and Flemish Pass areas.
While many industrialized and developing countries are gradually transitioning to a greener and “Net Zero” economy, low carbon fossil fuels will still be in demand as we adjust to a “Low Carbon Footprint World”.
Because most of “Bay du Nord” project’s oil is light crude with thickness ranging from maple syrup to water, Newfoundland and Labrador will be able to produce oil with lower carbon footprint, create employment, and meet our demands for petroleum products while we transition to a greener world.
According to Equinor, the “Bay du Nord” project will generate $3.5 billion in additional tax revenue for Newfoundlanders and Labradorians, create 11,000 per years of employment, and will extract a total of 300 million barrels of low carbon crude oil if the project is approved.
Since the “Bay du Nord” project has potential to create thousands of skilled trades and indirect jobs, are you ready?
For more information about the “Bay du Nord” project, visit the Equinor website’s “Bay du Nord” project page at https://www.equinor.com/en/where-we-are/canada-bay-du-nord.html.
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