MiHR’s wage subsidy programs benefit youth, post-secondary students, mining workers and employers. They help recruit, retain and develop the workforce by enabling mining employers to provide work opportunities to build competency in new talent, allow workers to practice newly acquired skills on the job
, and expand the skilled labour pool for industry to meet labour demands.
Offers wage subsidies up to $7,000 to mining employers that create work opportunities for post-secondary students enrolled in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) or business programs. Includes co-op placements, internships, field placements or applied projects.
Offers wage subsidies up to $30,000 to mining employers that help job-ready youth gain relevant and meaningful work experience through paid placements or training opportunities that focus on clean technology and innovation.
Canadian Mining Work Placement Program (CMWP)
Provides wage subsidies up to $15,000 to hiring organizations who offer jobs to workers in operation and production level positions. Participants practice newly acquired skills in an operating environment and can work towards obtaining certification under MiHR’s Canadian Mining Certification Program (CMCP).