Canada, Ontario to cooperate maximizing immigration
Canada, Ontario to cooperate maximizing immigration: canada, Ontario to cooperate on maximizing the benefits of immigration: Canada-Ontario Immigration Agreement creates a framework to attract, select and support skilled newcomers
A comprehensive agreement on immigration was signed today in a ceremony at Queen’s Park by the Honourable Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, and the Honourable Laura Albanese, Ontario Minister of Citizenship and Immigration.
The Canada-Ontario Immigration Agreement (COIA) creates a new framework to strengthen the long-term partnership between Ontario and Canada to welcome and settle immigrants, boost the economy and address shared humanitarian responsibilities. The agreement outlines the respective roles and responsibilities, and shared immigration priorities in selection policy, program integrity, attraction of French-speaking immigrants, and newcomer and refugee settlement.
In addition, Canada and Ontario also announced a joint effort to help internationally trained newcomers meet provincial requirements to work in their profession. A total investment of up to $91 million in bridge training programs over the next three years, including $70 million from Ontario and up to $21 million from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, will help newcomers get the training they need to meet provincial requirements to work in their occupation.
Meanwhile through these initiatives, the Governments of Canada and Ontario are demonstrating a commitment to cooperation to ensure the economic, social and cultural benefits of immigration are maximized in the province. Collaboration between the federal government and provincial partners is a crucial element of the ongoing success of Canada’s world-leading immigration system.
- Furthermore canada’s new multi-year levels plan will see almost one million new permanent residents welcomed by the end of 2020. Ontario is the top destination for newcomers to Canada.
- COIA will guide the relationship on immigration between Canada and Ontario for the next five years.
- However COIA takes effect immediately, including annexes that detail specific arrangements on provincial nominees and foreign workers. In the months ahead, additional annexes are planned that will set out Canada-Ontario collaboration on French-speaking immigrants, international students, and the role of municipal governments as partners in immigration.
- Nevertheless the Government of Canada is investing more than $334 million in settlement services for newcomers in Ontario in 2017-18.
- Meanwhile in 2017-2018, Ontario is investing over $110 million in newcomer and refugee supports including language training, settlement and employment programs.
- Firstly canada-Ontario Immigration Agreement
- Secondly Ontario’s Bridge Training Program
- Lastly ontario’s services for newcomers and refugees
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