Established in April 2020, the Southeast Labour Market Partnership (SLMP) was created to provide oversight, direction, and accountability, for the implementation of the 2019 – 2024 Workforce Strategy for Greater Moncton and Southeast New Brunswick. The Strategy’s foundation is supported by four core pillars: To Connect, to be Inclusive, to be Informative, and to be Collaborative. Click here to read the full strategy.
The logo was thoughtfully designed to represent the region it covers, the people it includes, and the structure of the partnership. The yellow star stands tall for the Acadian people and the cultural heritage our region is rich with. The eye-catching waves stands for our beloved Petitcodiac river, affectionately known as the Chocolate River, that runs nearly 80 kilometers through southeast New Brunswick. The colors of these waves also symbolizes each of the four pillars of the strategy as described above.