Explore Careers - Job Market Report
Outdoor sport and recreational guides organize and conduct trips or expeditions for sports enthusiasts, adventurers, tourists and resort guests. They are employed by private companies and resorts or may be self-employed.
canoeing guide, dude wrangler, fishing guide, hot air balloonist, hunting guide, mountain climbing guide, outfitter, rafting guide.
- Plan itinerary for trip or expedition and arrange transportation or transport individuals or group to site
- Assemble necessary equipment and supplies, such as camping gear, rafts, life jackets, fishing tackle and food
- Lead or escort individuals or groups and advise on safety and emergency measures, techniques and the use of equipment
- Provide instruction for activities such as canoeing, rafting and mountain climbing
- Advise on specific regulations such as hunting and fishing laws and boating regulations, follow environmental guidelines and prevent violations
- Provide first aid in emergency situations
- May prepare meals for group and set up camp.
Outlook & Prospects for Outdoor Sport and Recreational Guides in Regina--Moose Mountain Region
The future forecast and current conditions for an occupation can vary based on location or due to changes in the economy, technology, or demand for a product or service.
Provincial Employment Potential Information
The following table identifies employment conditions within Saskatchewan.
|Location||Employment Potential||Release Date|
|Prince Albert Region||N/A||N/A|
|Regina--Moose Mountain Region||N/A||N/A|
|Swift Current--Moose Jaw Region||N/A||N/A|
Additional Provincial Prospects
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Labour Market Bulletins
An analysis of the local labour market and an assessment of local employment-related events.
Provincial / Territorial Labour Market News
Week of Apr 29 – May 03, 2013
- Kal Tire cancelled its $25M tire warehouse development southwest of Regina
- The Petroleum Services Association of Canada is forecasting a total of 3,286 wells this year in Saskatchewan
- According to Statistics Canada, wages for Saskatchewan workers increased by 3.8 per cent in February 2013, compared with February 2012; the third highest percentage increase in the nation.
- Canadian Forces closed the recruiting centre in Saskatoon in April
- The Five Hills Health Region held a ground breaking ceremony to mark the start of construction on the new $99.5M hospital in Moose Jaw
- Communities in northeastern Saskatchewan receive $29.6M northern fibre expansion
Week of Apr 22 – Apr 26, 2013
- Rural Saskatchewan faces a potential shortage of lawyers
- In February, the Saskatchewan manufacturing sales increased 5.9 per cent over the same period in 2012
- Construction continues on the $53M expansion project at Saskatoon's John G. Diefenbaker airport, with completion expected by September 2014
- The Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology announced layoffs of 16 instructors and support staff, spread over a number of programs at all four campuses in Regina, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, and Moose Jaw
- The Saskatoon Health Region has ordered a freeze on hiring and limits on overtime
- K+S Potash Canada increased the budget by $850M for its Legacy potash project near Bethune, and delayed the targeted completion date by six months
- The Sun Country Health Region reopened the Arcola Health Centre emergency and inpatient services in February after successfully recruiting new doctors
- Canadian National Railway has added over $100M to upgrade the rail lines between Winnipeg and Edmonton
- International Vaccine Centre expects to hire 25 staff at the new $144M facility in Saskatoon
- Kenmore Land Company plans to start work this summer on a seven-year $150M project to build a 400-acre seniors' village in the Corman Park Rural Municipality, south of Saskatoon
Week of Apr 15 – Apr 19, 2013
- The University of Regina started construction on the new $74.7M residence and 90 child daycare; completion is expected in the fall of 2015.
- The Paper Excellence continues to work towards re-opening the Prince Albert pulp mill. If operations begin, it is expected to employ 250 people.
- Cenovus Energy plans to start construction in June on a new 66 km pipeline from Boundary Dam Power Station to the Weyburn Unit
- The City of Estevan is planning to begin construction on the $44M truck bypass soon; completion of the project is expected by 2016.
- Increased funding will create additional level-four electrician apprenticeship training opportunities at SIAST Woodland campus in Prince Albert
Week of Apr 08 – Apr 12, 2013
- In May, representatives from 50 Saskatchewan companies will travel to California and Nevada to recruit about 600 workers at job fairs
- Gabriel Construction Ltd. of Regina expects to start work soon on the $11.3M renovation project to St. Matthew school in Saskatoon
- The provincial government announced the new Saskatchewan Student Loan Forgiveness Program, available to eligible nurses or nurse practitioners in a designated rural or remote community
- The Saskatchewan Energy Training Institute (SETI) held its first career fair in Estevan
- The Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure released tenders for 53 new highway and bridge construction projects, worth an estimated $131M, for the 2013 construction season
- To promote a new youth initiative, the Bear Claw Casino and the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA) recently held a career fair for youth between the ages of 16 and 18, at the Bear Claw Hotel
- Construction to start this spring on a permanent $3.4M helipad on the roof of the Regina General Hospital, with completion by the end of November
- Brightenview Development will begin construction on a wholesale mall in Dundurn this fall. The mall is expected to be one of the largest in the world and will employ over 700 people.
- The University of Saskatchewan expects to cut up to 100 jobs in the coming weeks, with more cuts in the fall, to address a projected $44.5M budget shortfall in 2016
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