In Depth

Who's winning or losing in Ottawa's job market?

Who's winning and who's losing in Ottawa's job market? Five years after the global financial crisis, CBC Ottawa is taking an in-depth look at the city's employment trends. Three reporters will be filing stories every day next week.

Week-long series on local employment trends, issues airs on radio, TV, online March 3-7

Top, from left: David Macdonald, senior economist at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives; Isabella Mindak, trying to find work; Sharif Faisal, economist and labour market analyst for the Information and Communications Technology Council. Bottom, from left: Amanda Pagoulatos, senior manager of analytics at Trico Evolution; Greg Richards, professor of performance management at uOttawa; Josh Jakubczak, a recent graduate. (CBC)

Who's winning and who's losing in Ottawa's job market?

Five years after the global financial crisis, CBC Ottawa is taking an in-depth look at the city's employment trends.

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Reporters Kate Porter, Omar Dabaghi-Pacheco and Susan Burgess have been looking into the changing face of Ottawa's job market and will be filing stories for radio, television and online every day next week.

Here's a glimpse of that coverage throughout the week. We'll be updating this page with TV and radio stories once they air.

From left, CBC Ottawa reporters Omar Dabaghi-Pacheco, Susan Burgess and Kate Porter. (Kristy Nease/CBC)

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CBC News Ottawa at 6 on CBC Television

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