rapport MDO 2021 smp en

The Conseil de développement économique de la Nouvelle-Écosse (CDÉNÉ) provides services to the various sectors of the Acadian and Francophone community to ensure its the economic advancement. The CDÉNÉ delivers solutions to businesses, not-for-profit organizations, job seekers, economic immigrants, and communities contributing towards their economic success.

The workforce remains an important component for the continuity of Nova Scotia’s traditional Acadian and Francophone regions. The results of this survey provides a depiction of the existing workforce situation to help reduce barriers to hiring and retaining qualified and skilled workers. It will also be used to guide CDÉNÉ’s activities to fill the gap, to the extent possible, the workforce needs in the Acadian and Francophone regions of the province.

The survey was administered online using the Survey Monkey software between late January and early March 2021. The survey included questions regarding the impact of COVID-19 as the pandemic is still present and causes economic uncertainty for employers and society. The results provide a preliminary analysis of the impact of this pandemic on employers in the Acadian regions of Nova Scotia.

Read the reports by region:

Argyle Report

Chéticamp Report

Clare Report

Halifax Report

Isle Madame Report

Nova Scotia Report

[Version française]