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Advisory Committees

The advisory committees, of which there are seven, are recognized by the Commission des partenaires du marché du travail (labour market partners commission). These committees are responsible for promoting the interests of the members of groups that are under-represented on the labour market, namely youth, women, persons with disabilities, immigrants, offenders, First Nations and Inuit persons, and workers aged 45 and older. The advisory committees are composed of representatives from bodies that serve these groups as well as partners such as employer and employee organizations. 

The advisory committees have extensive knowledge of the needs of under-represented groups on the labour market and the constraints they are under. The principal mandate of the committees is to analyze the particular problems of such persons with regard to integrating the labour market and remaining employed. To that end, among other things the committees issue opinions addressed to the Minister of Employment and Social Solidarity and the Commission des partenaires du marché du travail, in which they propose appropriate avenues of intervention in the areas of manpower and employment.

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Last update: 2019-12-11

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