Fulfilling the Promise: Integrating Immigrant Skills into the Canadian Economy
 
Naomi Alboim and the Maytree Foundation, April 2002
 
This paper sets out the context, proposed approach and components of a system envisaged by the Maytree Foundation in which Canada values and benefits from the skills, training, education and experience of skilled immigrants by expediting labour market entry in their field of expertise.

ISBN - 1-55382-013-4


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A copy of this publication is available in Microsoft Word format. Please contact the Caledon Institute for information.

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