Canada Jobs Grant

Jason Kenney

The Canada Job Grant involves employers, too

Jason Kenney’s job grant shifts financial burden to the private sector

Where does business stand on the Canada Job Grant?

As with most things, it depends who you ask
Kathleen Wynne

Premiers vs. PM on job training

John Geddes looks at Jason Kenney’s first test in new post
A view of employees working at the General Motors assembly plant in Wentzville, Missouri February 7, 2012. When the U.S. automaker wanted to assign the launch of the next version of their full-sized pickup trucks and SUVs, they turned to one of the toughest executives in its ranks. The 5-foot-2 Diana Tremblay, GM's global manufacturing chief, is one of the highest ranking women in the automotive industry and has upended expectations her entire 35-year career, from directing workers in GM's foundries to staring down union labor negotiator.  Picture taken February 7, 2012. To match Feature GM-TRUCKS/ REUTERS/Sarah Conard (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)

Shocking idea about the Jobs Grants program: Give the money to trainees

Workers will use it better than either the provinces or employers
Lisa Raitt

As Seen On TV

The Canada Jobs Grant is panned