Agriculture Labour Market Survey: Available until November 30

The 2018 LMI survey is here! The Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council (CAHRC) is surveying farm business owners and workers on the state of agricultural labour in Canada. We ask all owner-operators, workers and supporting stakeholder groups to take part to guide future action on the growing workforce crisis.

Canada is one of the largest agriculture exporters in the world. However, our ability to CAHRC LMI Graphic 3 revised (2)produce food is being threatened by our inability to find and retain a qualified, reliable workforce. Every province and commodity in Canada is affected by the agriculture sector’s chronic and significant labour shortages. And these shortages will only intensify as the global market for Canadian agricultural products rapidly expands to meet the demands of a growing world population.

Ongoing evaluation of the current labour market for Canada’s agricultural industry assists in quantifying shortages facing agriculture and accurately forecasting worker requirements. The research will also provide valuable information to job seekers, educators and government policymakers about current and future job opportunities, as well as inform agricultural employers about potential sources of workers for their operations.

We appreciate your taking the time to provide input on agricultural workforce issues by November 30.

For farm business owners the survey is available here (20 min):



For workers, including family and non-family,  we have the survey available in English, French and Spanish (7 min):

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Help us find solutions to labour shortages in Canada by participating in the Labour Market Information research study TODAY.

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