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COVID-19 Magnifies Socio-Economic Challenges Facing Atlantic Indigenous Communities and Businesses [Atlantic Provinces Economic Council, APEC]

Publisher: 
Atlantic Provinces Economic Council
Year of publication: 
2020

The serious economic effects caused by COVID-19 are a key concern for Atlantic Indigenous businesses and communities because of pre-existing risks, vulnerabilities and challenges.

In this Briefing Note, APEC examines community economic and financial risks, Indigenous business risks, community and individual socio-economic vulnerabilities, and community health risks.

Current COVID-19 support programs are inadequate for Atlantic Indigenous communities & businesses [Atlantic Provinces Economic Council, APEC]

Publisher: 
Atlantic Provinces Economic Council
Year of publication: 
2020

Atlantic Indigenous businesses and communities are not immune from the economic dislocation sweeping across the region and nation due to COVID-19. The federal government has announced specific Indigenous funding as part of a broader package of support measures to respond to the economic crisis. However, given the pre-existing vulnerabilities facing Indigenous communities and businesses, the current support may be inadequate.

The Contribution of the Atlantic Veterinary College [Atlantic Provinces Economic Council, APEC]

Publisher: 
Atlantic Provinces Economic Council (APEC)
Year of publication: 
2000

"This Report examines the contribution of AVC to the Atlantic economy and its development. It focuses in particular on the research and commercial linkages with regional industry."

The Atlantic Fishery: Now a Global Industry [Atlantic Provinces Economic Council, APEC]

Publisher: 
Atlantic Provinces Economic Council (APEC)
Year of publication: 
2004

"The Atlantic fishing industry has changed dramatically since the cod crisis of the early 1990s. The shift from groundfish to shellfish has been accompanied by increased globalization, with larger imports for processing and exports diversifying to non-traditional markets. "

Examining the Growth of Aquaculture in Atlantic Canada [Atlantic Provinces Economic Council, APEC]

Publisher: 
Atlantic Provinces Economic Council (APEC)
Year of publication: 
2012

"Atlantic Canada’s aquaculture industry continues to expand significantly due to new investment. This Report Card by APEC examines the growth of the industry and the challenges facing it in the future."

Forest Industries and the Atlantic Provinces: Profile and Economic Impact [Atlantic Provinces Economic Council Vol 35 Iss 2]

Publisher: 
Atlantic Provinces Economic Council
Year of publication: 
2000

In the past two years, APEC has produced reports on the economic impact of the forest industries in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Firms in this industry, one of the most significant in the region, face an increasingly complex environment. This article highlights key findings of the two reports, with data updated to the most recent year and coverage extended, where possible, to the four Atlantic provinces. The value of forest-related activity in the Atlantic provinces in 1998 was over $1.3 billion.

The New Brunswick Forest Industry: The Potential Economic Impact of Proposals to Increase the Wood Supply [Atlantic Provinces Economic Council, APEC]

Publisher: 
Atlantic Provinces Economic Council
Year of publication: 
2003

The forest industry is a key component of New Brunswick’s economic base but its contribution is a risk due to limited fibre supply. This report provides a detailed assessment of the industry’s current economic impact and estimates the potential economic impact of proposals to increase the wood supply from Crown land.

Atlantic Canada's Forest Industry Under Pressure [Atlantic Provinces Economic Council, APEC]

Publisher: 
Atlantic Provinces Economic Council
Year of publication: 
2007

Atlantic Canada’s forest industry is contracting as a result of intense global market pressures. Between 2004 and 2006 the number of firms in Atlantic Canada’s forest industry dropped by 11% while the industry shed more than 8,000 jobs. This 24% decline in employment is more than double the 11% drop nationally. Despite these losses, the forest industry remains a crucial part of Atlantic Canada’s economy, currently accounting for about 15% of international merchandise exports and contributing 4.5% of total GDP in 2005.

Outlook 2011 Conference Report: Are We More Powerful Together? [Atlantic Provinces Economic Council, APEC]

Publisher: 
Atlantic Provinces Economic Council
Year of publication: 
2010

In early November 2010, the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council (APEC) held its 16th annual Business Outlook conference. In this report, we feature the event's keynote and industry leaders who outlined the key opportunities and drivers shaping Atlantic Canada's energy future. The report also includes a summary of the address by APEC President Elizabeth Beale on whether a new era of regional energy cooperation is dawning in Atlantic Canada.

Skilled Trades and the Offshore Industry: A Skills Survey of Selected Construction Trades in Nova Scotia [Atlantic Provinces Economic Council, APEC]

Publisher: 
Atlantic Provinces Economic Council
Year of publication: 
2002

Skilled trades people are a critical part of the labour force requirement for the offshore oil and gas industry, particularly during the development or construction phase of a project. This report presents estimates of the number of unionized construction workers in Nova Scotia in selected trades of relevance for the offshore, along with a detailed profile of their skills, credentials and experience.

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