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Ontario government proposes changes this fall to remove barrier for regulated professions and trades

Place: Toronto, Ontario Date: 21 October, 2021

 The Ontario government plans to propose legislation that would, if passed, help address the  labour shortage throughout the provinces by making it easier for internationally-trained immigrants to start careers in their profession. The proposal announced today would, if passed, help remove many significant barriers internationally-trained immigrants face, such as the requirement for Canadian work experience, when attempting to get licenced in certain regulated professions and trades such as law, accounting, architecture, engineering, electrical and plumbing.


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