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Algoma Workforce Investment Corporation (AWIC) is a not-for-profit, community-centered organization. It is part of the 26 Workforce Planning Boards operating in the Province of Ontario, supported through funding from the Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training, and Skills Development (MLITSD).

AWIC is a trusted community partner in Algoma, providing data and insight in support of a diverse and talented workforce that contributes to a prosperous community. Our work prepares Algoma’s communities for the workforce challenges and opportunities of today and the future.

Our Vision

The Algoma Workforce Investment Corporation (AWIC) will be a leader in the identification and delivery of a workforce development strategy that meets the economic and social needs of the District.

Our Mission

AWIC’s mission is to provide access to easy-to-understand, quality assured Labour Market Information (LMI) for the Algoma region, that allows individuals to make decisions about future careers, employers to plan and find talent and communities stakeholder to inform policy and support local workforces.

Each year AWIC :

  • Conducts research to gather information on labour market trends,
  • Shares findings with the community partners & stakeholders in communication consultations,
  • Creates a community plan of action in consultation with key partners and stakeholders,
  • Facilitates collaborative partnerships to address identified labour market issues.

Champions of Ontario’s Local Labour Market Solutions

Ontario’s Workforce Planning Boards (WBP) collect and analyze labour market data and identify trends, opportunities and priorities in their respective communities.

This network of 26 organizations are located in regions across Ontario.


This Employment Ontario project is funded in part by the Government of Canada and by the Government of Ontario.

AWIC Accessibility Standards for Customer Service Policy

The Ontarian with Disabilities Act, Accessible Customer Service Standard, requires public and private companies to ensure their policy and procedural manuals reflect the language and intent of this standard.

Your feedback is important to us. To help us better serve you by providing fully Accessible Customer Service, please complete our feedback form.

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For more information please contact:

Accessibility North
875 Queen Street East
Sault Ste Marie, Ontario, Canada P6A 2B3
Phone: (705) 254-1005

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