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Newcomers

Canada will need to attract newcomers and enhance immigration to offset a declining birth rate and an aging population. To ensure that newcomers, immigrants and refugees coming to Canada can utilize and maximize their skills and contribute to a robust economy, reskilling, upskilling and a recognition of international credentials will be required.

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Career Advancement for Immigrant Professionals 2.0

Help underemployed immigrant professionals overcome barriers to career advancement and help employers retain and leverage…
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Immigration and the success of Canada’s post-pandemic Economy

Immigration is an important part of Canada’s economic growth - especially in terms of sustaining…
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Newfoundland newcomer employment resilience network

Immigrants with skills in professional fields benefit from knowledge exchange, mentoring and networking to improve…
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Newcomer inclusion in Quebec small to medium enterprises

This project will help the manufacturing sector identify and improve the experience of onboarding immigrants…
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Impact of remote work on engineering and technology jobs

This project will study the impact of working-from-home on new graduates, women and newcomers to…
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Language learning for young newcomers

BCIT students pursuing skilled jobs receive English language training and content to support them in…
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Cook to connect

Cook to Connect supports newcomers’ transition into the workplace through an innovative program that provides…
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Alberta digital employment training

Newcomers gain employment training through online learning to meet labour market needs.
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Virtual learning for food and beverage manufacturers

Online training is customized and adapted to support workers in the Canadian food and beverage…