Ontario All Set To Implement A New Immigration Agreement

Ontario All Set To Implement A New Immigration Agreement

[Published Fri, Dec 27 2019]

The Federal government of Canada and Provisional Government of Ontario has mutually agreed upon on a new pact aimed to improve skilled labour inflow in the province of Ontario. This immigration specific agreement has $91 million funding for three years and is in implementation since 24th November, 2017.

At the signing ceremony of the pact, Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, Canada and Laura Albanese Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, Ontario both were present.

Ontario is considered the backbone of Canadian economy and therefore, this agreement is the joint effort of both federal and provincial governments to recruit skilled foreign individuals and also to train them so that they can perform best of their capabilities and abilities, while at work.

Mr. Laura Albanese, at the signing ceremony was quite excited about the immigration agreement being introduced stating that it is indeed a win-win for both the province and whole of Canada.

Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship, Canada also shared that the agreement with Ontariois also going to help in meeting the immigration targets under Canada’slatest ambitious multi-year Immigration Levels Plan (2018-2020). Through this multi-year immigrationplan, Canada is planning to welcome about one million new immigrants in the country over the next three years.


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