Getting Results: Medical Laboratory Professionals and their Importance to Ontario’s Health Care System

Medical Laboratory Professionals and their Importance to Ontario’s Health Care System

The Medical Laboratory Professionals’ Association of Ontario (MLPAO) reported that Ontario itself conducts 280 million lab tests a year. Canada’s aging population is likely to cause increasing demand for medical testing over the next several decades. Among many other technical occupations in health, more Medical laboratory technologists (MLTs) and Medical laboratory assistants and related technical occupation (MLAs) will be needed to handle such larger volume of medical tests thereby ensuring a smooth functioning of the clinical laboratories.

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Think Design Report

Think Design Report 2022

Design is recognized around the world as a key to economic and social prosperity. Toronto is well positioned to take advantage of the economic opportunity inherent in this current Design focus with a critical mass of designers working in the Design disciplines of architecture, landscape architecture, industrial, interior, graphic, fashion, planning and urban design.

Written by Kevin Stolarick, this TWIG report provides an in-depth qualitative and quantitative overview of design occupations and industry sectors. The report also provides labour market insights on how Toronto’s design sector can continue to thrive over the coming decade.


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Rethinking Employment and Training

Rethinking Employment and Training

It has now been over two years since the start of the COVID-19 global pandemic that has changed the way we navigate our lives. Intermittent lockdowns and social distancing measures have led to a more virtual existence at both work places and home. The pandemic forced businesses and public services across Ontario into a balancing act – protecting the health and safety of their employees and customers while simultaneously continuing their operations. This report highlights the lessons that have been learnt in the process and how this could be applied in a post pandemic world of learning and training.

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All industry and occupational data is for Toronto Census Municipal Area (Toronto CMA) unless noted.

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