Mobilité Francophone to bring more newcomers to Francophone minority communities outside of Quebec

Mobilité Francophone to bring more newcomers to Francophone minority communities outside of Quebec
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Starting today, Canadian employers hiring skilled French-speaking temporary workers from abroad who want to work in Francophone minority communities outside of Quebec will be exempt from the Labour Market Impact Assessment. This will make it easier for employers to hire them.

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