Recuitment

CAF briefing raises alarm on recruitment shortage, suggesting more woke policies

The Trudeau government is struggling to meet Canada’s national security and international defense obligations as the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) faces a severe shortage of personnel. According to a federal briefing note obtained by Blacklock’s Reporter, only 5,242 Canadians volunteered to join the CAF in 2022, a 35% drop from 8,069 in 2021. The briefing […]

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Alberta recruiting campaign targets Hamiltonians

The “Alberta Is Calling” campaign is looking to attract skilled workers from other provinces to Alberta. The campaign launched back in 2022 looking to attract people living in Toronto and Vancouver. It was expanded in March of 2023 and aims to attract skilled workers from other cities including Hamilton. One of Alberta’s government campaign promises

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To root out ‘scumbags,’ Ontario to license recruitment agencies

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Published July 05, 2023 • 3 minute read Essex MPP Anthony Leardi speaks with workers Wednesday, July 5, 2023, in a greenhouse at Jack’s Organics in Amherstburg, as Windsor-Tecumseh MPP Andrew Dowie (left) and Ontario Minister of Labor, Immigration, Training and Skills Development Monte McNaughton look on. McNaughton announced a

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Marijuana in the military? Congress looks to loosen cannabis rules

WASHINGTON − Bipartisan lawmakers in Congress are looking to relax guidelines surrounding marijuana use for military members − in part as a solution to bolster recruitment efforts for the armed services. Conservative firebrand Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., is the latest lawmaker to propose a change to the military’s standards when it comes to cannabis. The Florida

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Russian Military Targets Women in Recruitment Ad

Russia’s Defense Ministry has launched a recruitment campaign targeting women for roles as doctors, nurses and cooks in the military, with possible deployment in occupied Ukraine, independent media reported Thursday. “Sign a contract with the Russian Defense Ministry in the same ranks as men,” read an advertisement in the western Siberian region of Omsk. The

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Tay Township gives to hospital for equipment, recruitment

Donation includes $25,000 for the GBGH Foundation’s Impact Fund, and $12,500 to support physician recruitment efforts NEWS RELEASESGEORGIAN BAY HOSPITAL FOUNDATION*************************Tay Township Mayor Ted Walker and Councilor Paul Raymond visited Georgian Bay General Hospital (GBGH) last month to present a gift of $37,500 to representatives from the hospital and the foundation. The investment includes $25,000

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What’s going on with Kentucky men’s basketball recruiting? Top links from the Next Cats blog

The past few days have featured some of the most anticipated events in years in the city of Lexington. Between the return of the Railbird Music Festival at Red Mile, the Kentucky baseball team hosting an NCAA Tournament regional and several high school state championship events all taking place in Lexington, it’s been an action-packed

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