Evaluation of the Canada-Manitoba Labor Market Agreement for Persons with Disabilities

The Canada-Manitoba Labour Market Agreement for Persons with Disabilities (CM-LMAPD), which replaced the former Employability Assistance for People with Disabilities (EAPD) Agreement on April 1, 2004, is a bilateral agreement between the Government of Canada and the Province of Manitoba. The agreement outlines federal-provincial cost-sharing provisions for eligible, provincially designed and delivered programming meant to increase the economic participation of persons with disabilities. It is based on a Multilateral Framework that was approved by the federal and provincial governments in December 2003.

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Location: Canada

Groups: Persons living with Disabilities
Keywords: Best PracticesProgramsPolicy ImplicationPersons living with DisabilitiesLabor Market Information