QuickStats Facts and figures about employment in Canada for May

by The Canadian Press Posted Jun 10, 2016 6:44 am MDT Last Updated Jun 10, 2016 at 7:20 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email QuickStats: Facts and figures about employment in Canada for May OTTAWA – A quick look at May unemployment (previous month in brackets):Unemployment rate: 6.9 per cent (7.1)Employment rate: 61.1 per cent (61.1)Labour force participation rate: 65.7 per cent (65.8)Number unemployed: 1,346,500 (1,383,200)Number working: 18,055,200 (18,041,400)Youth (15-24 years) unemployment rate: 13.3 per cent (13.1)Men (25 plus) unemployment rate: 6.4 per cent (6.6)Women (25 plus) unemployment rate: 5.4 per cent (5.5)

Valero Rivera about Qatar challenge Amazing Federation wonderful president

The Qatar NT head-coach Valero Rivera has got the big reinforcements with Danijel Šarić (goalkeeper) and Žarko Marković (right back), who will be addition to his squad for the upcoming World Championship 2015 in Doha. He stated for the Spanish media that decision to turndown Qatari offer last year ” would have been one of the biggest mistakes” of his life.Like no other team, Rivera began final preparation in Spain, two months before TOP European teams, which have to wait the end of the first half of the season in European leagues. Rivera, who had fantastic achievements with FC Barcelona in the past, but also with the Spanish NT (current World title holder – 2013), praised all what he has experienced in Doha since April 2013, when he took the challenge of ambitious handball country:– Qatar has an amazing Federation, which allows you to work and makes players available for NT. Moreover, the president is wonderful – said Rivera, writes Spanish Marca. qatar 201Qatar 2015Qatar handballvalero rivera qatar  Loading …The first signs of Rivera’s work have been seen in the Asian Championship in Bahrein and Asian Games in Korea, where Qatari team beat two host nations in the final. That was the first home defeat for Koreans (24:21), who didn’t lose since the Olympic tournament 1988 in Seoul:– We are starting like another preseason and we will work with a group of between twenty and twenty-four players. I’m obviously very happy with how it has worked and has played in Korea, but is a long way ahead and you have to knock on wood to avoid  injuries,” stated legendary Valero. How far Rivera can go with Qatar at WCh 2015? Preliminary Group TOP 16 TOP 8 Semi-final FinalView Results ← Previous Story EHF TV: Top 5 goals of Women’s EHF CL Round 3 Next Story → Qatar 2015 venues are ready – Lusail and Al Sadd hall host Asian Champions League! read more