• Alberta Workers’ Health Centre. (2017). New Alberta Workers: Improving Workplace Health and Safety for Temporary Foreign Workers and Other New to Alberta Workers. A project brief for Stakeholders 2013-2016. 26 pages. Report is available via the Alberta Workers’ Health Centre online.
• Alberta Workers’ Health Centre. (2017). ‘If I’d known how awful this would be…I would never have filed a WCB claim’: Injured worker case study. June 2017. 18 pages. The Alberta Workers’ Health Centre is an On the Move community partner. Report is available via the Alberta Workers’ Health Centre online.
• Aure, Marit (2015) Goliat og stedsattraktivitet: en analyse av tilflytting til Hammerfest [Goliat and place attachment: an analysis of inmigration to Hammerfest], Norut Rapport 27:2015. Online.
• Butters, Leanna, Sandrine Jean, Kelly Vodden and Sherine Khattab. January 2017. Forum on Housing and the Mobile Workforce in Newfoundland and Labrador. Final report. St. John’s: Memorial University of Newfoundland. About. Online.
• Dorow, Sara. June 2016. Caregiver Policy in Canada and Experiences after the Wildfire: Perspectives of Caregivers in Fort McMurray. Report. Edmonton: Dept. of Sociology, University of Alberta. About. Online.
• Dorow, Sara, Marcella S. Cassiano and Chad Doerksen. January 2015. Live-in Caregivers in Fort McMurray: A Socioeconomic Footprint. Report. Edmonton: Dept. of Sociology, University of Alberta. About. Online.
• Earle, Jessica and Nicole Power. December 2017. Skilled Trades and Education-related Geographical Mobilities: A Case Study of Students enrolled in the College of the North Atlantic’s Process Operator Course. St. John’s: Memorial University of Newfoundland. About. Online.
• Gesualdi-Fecteau, Dalia and Andréanne Thibault, Nan Schivone, Caroline Dufour, Sarah Gouin, Nina Monjean and Éloïse Moses. (2017). Who, How and How Much? Recruitment of Guatemalan Migrant Workers to Quebec. Report. 19 pages. Online.
• Lamarche, Lucie, Jill Hanley, Dominique J. Noel and Benjamin Christensen. July 2016. “And when a worker’s not working?” Income security (welfare and pensions) for mobile workers in Canada. Report prepared for the Policy Component of On the Move. About: The authors provide a basic overview of the welfare and pension income security options available to workers who are (or have been) on the move in Canada and look at the legislative frameworks and the limited academic literature that address eligibility for and practical access to income security benefits for such workers. This paper is divided into three parts: access to welfare benefits; access to public pensions (i.e. Old Age Security, Guaranteed Income Supplement and the Canada and Quebec Pension Plans; and, finally, access to private pensions.
• Good, Julia, Kourtney Chingee, Laura Ryser, Kyle Kusch, Gerald Pinchbeck, Erin MacQuarrie, Greg Halseth, and Sean Markey. (2013). On the Move: Employment-Related Geographic Mobility: A Review of Socio-Economic Characteristics in Williams Lake. Prince George, BC: UNBC Community Development Institute. Online.
• Mills, Suzanne and Anne St-Amand. October 2015. “I Wanted a Career, Not a Job”: First Nations and Métis Employment in the Construction of the Lower Mattagami River Project. About: This report examines employment in the construction of a hydro complex in Northern Ontario and includes a section on mobility and worker perspectives. Online.
•Hall, Heather. October 2014. Regional Development, Nickel Processing & Labour Mobility: A Comparison of Sudbury, Ontario, and Long Harbour, NL. Working Paper for the 2014 Faculty of Arts Postdoctoral Fellowship and the Nickel Processing Component of the On The Move Partnership. Online.
• Karlsdóttir, Anna and Leneisja Jungsberg (Eds.). (2015). Nordic Arctic Youth Future Perspectives. Report. NORDREGIO Nordic Centre for Spatial Development. Commissioned by the Working Group for Sustainable Regional Development in the Artic. Online.
• Karlsdóttir, Anna and Leneisja Jungsberg (Eds.). (2015). Nordic Arctic Youth Future Perspectives. Policy Brief. NORDREGIO Nordic Centre for Spatial Development. Commissioned by the Working Group for Sustainable Regional Development in the Artic. Online.
• Karlsdóttir, Anna. (2015). Adapting to, or Mitigating Demographic Change? Working Paper. NORDREGIO Nordic Centre for Spatial Development. Online.
• Walsh, Deatra, Mary-Dan Johnston and Christine Saulnier. January 7, 2015.Great Expectations: Opportunities and Challenges for Young Workers in Newfoundland and Labrador. Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives: NS. About: This report draws on the experience and insights of youth and employers, and serves as a check-in on the extensive research previously undertaken to develop a Youth Retention and Attraction Strategy for the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. It identifies clear tensions between the needs and expectations of young workers and employers’ ability to create opportunities and working environments to deal with such challenges. See also www.policyalternatives.ca.