FLMM - Who We Are

The Forum of Labour Market Ministers (FLMM) is composed of provincial and territorial ministers, and the federal minister, responsible for labour market issues. It was created in 1983 to promote discussion and cooperation on common labour market matters.

The FLMM is co- chaired by the federal government (Employment and Social Development) and a lead province (currently the Government of Saskatchewan). The lead province role has a two year rotation, with Saskatchewan in the role of co-chair role until March 31, 2019.

The FLMM represents all government across Canada and engages in work at the Minister-, Deputy Minister-, and officials-level.

The Forum´s current work is focused on priorities that include: labour market information, labour mobility, foreign qualifications recognition, programming flexibility, productivity issues, and strengthening apprenticeships.

Federal/Provincial/Territorial Departments Responsible for Labour Market Development