The federal government is funding 11 projects aimed at improving how foreign credentials are recognized. The announcement, made March 9, provides $26.5 million to help new Canadians integrate their skills faster into Canada's economy.
“Attracting and retaining skilled workers through immigration is essential to our economic recovery and helping businesses succeed," federal Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, Sean Fraser said in the news release. "It is vital that we accelerate the process for skilled workers to address our labour shortage, and build a prosperous future.”
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