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To help internationally trained newcomers find well-paying jobs, Canada is all set to commit up to $10 million under its Foreign Credential Recognition (FCR) Program. The money will fund a maximum of $800,000 for each of the 15 projects designed to provide employment support to highly skilled newcomers or to facilitate the foreign credential recognition program.

 The Canadian government stated in a press release that it is seeking concepts from stakeholders that are collaborative and innovation with the core motive of immigrating skilled and experienced newcomers into the Canadian labour market.  

Canada’s Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour, Patty Hajdu, stated in a press release that, helping new immigrants to with the needed assistance to have their foreign credentials recognized that will in in turn allow them to join the Canadian labour market faster and have a fair shot at success in the maple county. The call of concepts is open to eligible stakeholders involved in foreign credential recognition. Chosen applicants will then be invited to develop and submit a full project proposal. The Call for Concepts will help fund 15 approved projects to help newcomers find work. It is advisable to seek guidance from a Canada Immigration consultant to know more about the 15 projects invested in by the Canadian government.

The Foreign Credential Recognition (FCR) Program works with Canada's stakeholders along with the provinces and territories such as non-profit organizations, regulatory bodies, post-secondary institutions and employers to fund and put into use programs designed to evaluate and recognize the professional credentials and in turn for the skilled workers to find suitable employment and get to work faster.



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