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VANCOUVER - One million jobs will open in British Columbia by 2020 once projects lined up by the province's resource industries start. Shirley Bond, B.C.'s Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training, said the economic push will come from growth in liquefied natural gas, mining, forestry and other key sectors within the next 10 years.
Ottawa will partner with the country’s manufacturing sector to reach out to skilled newcomers who have been trained elsewhere, said Employment Minister Jason Kenney.
Highly educated immigrants to Canada are facing more difficulties in accessing professional and management occupations than in the middle of the 1990s, according to researchers.
A team from the University of Toronto analysed trends in the success of immigrants with university degrees in census data from 1996, 2001, and 2006 and have identified a ‘brain waste’ trend.
April 11, 2014,Vancouver, BC-The Immigrant Employment Council of BC (IEC-BC) launched a new campaign at MindTheGapBC.com to introduce employers and hiring mangers across British Columbia to an online library of employer tools and resources that assist with hiring immigrant talent.