The latest job vacancy rates in Canada show that British Columbia, Quebec, and the Yukon Territory in northern Canada are the regions most affected by the labour shortages. According to the latest figures from Statistics Canada, in February, British Columbia’s job vacancy rate was 5.8 percent, while in Quebec it was 5.6 percent and Yukon’s share was relatively better at 5.4 percent. Newfoundland and Labrador had the lowest job vacancy rates, with a rate of 2.9 percent, while Nunavut had 3.1 percent, and the Northwest Territories had a rate of 3.3 percent. Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan’s job vacancy rate was 3.7 percent.