Indigenous Labour Market Information and Skills Inventory Survey for On and Off Reserve Community Members

Did you know, there is a lack of workforce information about First Nations in our area?
We are working to change this!

Are you a First Nation Citizens from one of the following Nations?

  • WELAMUKOTUK (Oromocto First Nation)
  • SITANSISK (St. Mary’s First Nation)
  • WOTSTAK (Woodstock First Nation)

Do you want to get paid for your time?

This is an important survey for anyone 15 years of age or older and is open to all members, both on and off the Wolastoqey Nation. We strongly encourage all Household members over the age of 15 to participate.

Approval has been granted by Four participating First Nations Communities for the purpose of collecting data that reflects the communities’ overall skills inventory information, community’s available workforce, education levels, employment history as well as knowledge, skills and abilities.


  • Generates you a Resume
  • Provides Employers with essential skills
  • Linking you with exciting careers
  • Creating that real change
  • Investing in our youth
  • Future Goals
  • Providing essential information for growth
  • Can provide education & training for our communities
  • Discovering our strengths
  • Success

As more of the population is surveyed – the more precise the information becomes

By clicking on the info graphics below, you will see some of the data collected.

This is why we have created a survey that will help identify workforce gaps and match First Nations people with the right jobs.

You will be asked questions about your current situation regarding employment, education and work experience. All data collected, is community owned and will help us improve areas such as training, education, employment-related programs and services for our communities!

LMI Survey Links

*** If you have previously completed a survey, you will have to wait 10 months after initial survey, to complete another. ***

The project is funded by Employment & Service Development Canada (ESDC) and is maintained and supported by Aboriginal Employment Services Inc. (AES).

The purpose of the ILMI Survey Project is to provide a snapshot of the current labour force in our communities to assist with planning, program development, and identifying issues that need to be addressed.