Furthering the understanding of demographic and economic
change in Canada's provinces and sub-provincial regions.

Workforce Outlooks

Workforce Outlooks is a Labour Market Information (LMI) tool which employs the lastest data available to best capture the reality of our future labour force. With our occupation model and forecast service we can provide medium to long term outlooks and analyses of the demand for and supply of workers for 500 occupations (NOC 2011) and 70 industries for Canada, the provinces and sub-provincial geographic areas. Contact C4SE and find out where the demand and supply of workers is going to be across our provinces.


A Human Resource Planner:

You want to create a successful strategic planning process by equipping your company with the knowledge of where to acquire the workers you need.

An Educational Institution:

You want to know which programs to offer in order to meet future workforce requirements and provide students with training that leads to a career in high demand.

A Government Policy Planner:

You want to identify workforce requirements to aid immigration policies and programs.

Another Professional:

Looking to obtain sufficient numbers of employees with the right skills, at the right time, and in the right geographic location.

C4SE CAN provide the latest and most comprehensive information on:

  • Future occupation demand and the expansion versus replacement components of that demand.
  • Future occupation supply and the sources of new supply including, young people leaving school, migration from other geographic areas, and workers moving from one occupation to another.

Workforce Outlooks is a product of Stokes Economic Consulting Inc., a partner corporation of C4SE

Current clients include:

  • Alberta Employment and Immigration

  • BuildForce Canada

  • BC Regional Economic and Skills Development

  • Yukon Government

  • New Brunswick Career Development Action Group

  • Manitoba Bureau of Statistics

  • Suncor Energy

  • Saskatchewan Ministry of Advanced Education, Employment, and Immigration

  • Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration

  • Ontario Ministry of Labour

  • Atlantic Workforce Partnership

  • Manitoba Jobs and the Economy

  • SAIT - Southern Alberta Institute of Technology