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  • **MCI Support for Collège Boréal in Central Southwestern Ontario **Setting the Stage for Girls and Young Women to Succeed
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  • # Create an Ontario internet portal to information for skilled immigrants. # Provide incentives for educational institutions and licensing bodies to develop competency based a
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  • Please note that presentation files are not available for every workshop/plenary presentation. ...rovision of higher levels of language training in the Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) program, and Occupation Specific Language Traini
    39 KB (5,634 words) - 16:20, 25 June 2015
  • ...dentify issues around information production, organization, dissemination, access and use by new immigrants. ...working with newcomers - access to good, authoritative, useful information for our clients.
    7 KB (1,015 words) - 20:00, 5 July 2013
  • ...ent, notably in Ontario, Quebec and Manitoba, and should be used as models for more systemic implementation. However, many are ad hoc pilots, short-term i ...ograms and services that respect jurisdictional responsibilities and allow for local or occupational variations. To increase the likelihood and speed of l
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  • ...king at assessment and recognition of the education credentials of foreign-trained workers from an employer perspective. ...and experiences with assessing and recognizing the credentials of foreign-trained workers, as well as approaches to raising the awareness of employers on the
    2 KB (240 words) - 15:35, 3 March 2011
  • ...ers experienced by newcomers, economic contributions made by newcomers and Access to Professions and Trades. ...countries are able to explain the better migrant outcome recently observed for Australia - '''September 2004'''.
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  • ==Rebuilding Professional Lives: Immigrant Professionals Working in the Ontario Settlement Sector== |AuthorOrg=[[Centre for International Migration and Settlement Studies]]
    22 KB (3,352 words) - 18:43, 14 June 2011
  • ...ry year and, since the day it first opened its doors, Collège Boréal has trained and educated some 21,000 full-time equivalent students. Toronto’s highly diverse Francophone population has access to a wide range of learning opportunities thanks to the College’s two cen
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  • ==Internationally Educated Health Professionals== ...rate into the health care sector. This pilot project is funded through the Foreign Credential Recognition (FCR) Program at Human Resources and Skills Developm
    8 KB (1,191 words) - 19:36, 25 March 2011
  • '''Walking With Newcomers: Opportunities for Innovation in Settlement Programming''' ...Settlement Framework to encourage creativity and a focus on real outcomes for newcomers. This framework acknowledges that our role goes beyond informatio
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  • ...king at assessment and recognition of the education credentials of foreign-trained workers from an employer perspective. ...bour Market]]: A Report on the recruitment and retention of Asian computer professionals by Canadian high tech firms - '''July 2001'''.
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  • ...o show your Permanent Resident Card (for settlement services) or SIN card (for employment services). Here are a list of non-profit community settlement a * [[Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services]]
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  • {{Ambox|text=These pages describe employment services for newcomers in Ontario (service delivery system, providers, programs, etc.). ...s that are available to their clients, how to find local services and tips for making appropriate referrals.
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  • ; Event: #CdnImm Event #9 - Bridging Programs for Newcomers Bridging Programs for Newcomers
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  • ...Employment rate for immigrants aged 25 to 54 at 75.6% compared with 82.9% for Canadian-born] - Statistics Canada - '''2011''' ...ades_en.pdf Quick Facts about Professions and Trades Regulated by the Fair Access Legislation] - Office of the Fairness Commissioner - '''2014'''
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