Canada's Federal Employment Minister, Jason Kenney, announced a huge funding package attributing to $3.3 million for the British Columbia (B.C.) government to amplify the process of foreign credential recognition, aiding immigrants to find employment quickly.
It has to be mentioned here that this initiative was taken to address the issue of skilled workers who are facing difficulty in finding jobs in Canada.
The fund is allotted to more than 30 projects that will abolish obstacles experienced by trained foreign workers, particularly in the energy and resource fields.
The projects encompass assisting employers to eliminate difficulties for new Canadians moving into workforce, promoting in-demand Canadian jobs by placing extra information online, and accelerating the process of foreign credential recognition which can be achieved by working with administrators.
The Government of Canada is looking ahead to make the most of dysfunctional immigration system of America, which includes luring foreign graduates by offering an advanced visa path to Canada.