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Our people are what shape CCG into the organization it is today.

Demographic shifts continue to be the biggest single influence on our workforce as increasing numbers of experienced CCG employees become eligible for retirement and the Canadian population continues to become more diversified.

The five at-risk groups essential to operations (Ships' Officers, Ships' Crew, Radio Operators, Engineers, and Electronics Technologists) will continue to be of primary concern.

Recruitment measures specific to each group are being implemented.

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Web pages that are archived on the Web are not subject to the Government of Canada Web Standards.As per the Communications Policy of the Government of Canada, you can request alternate formats by contacting us.Having made significant progress in recent years on a range of management and administrative issues, CCG is now able to turn its attention to priority initiatives that go to the heart of Coast Guard's ability to serve Canadians effectively.For the 2010-2013 Business Plan, CCG has simplified and reframed its priority action areas, focussing on significant matters that concern three critical success factors for the Coast Guard - Our People, Our Assets and Our Future.In addition to the priorities discussed in this section, CCG manages a wide variety of day-to-day operations and activities, details of which can be found in Section 5.Priority 1: Our People The strength of the Coast Guard is its dedicated and professional employees.

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