TheStar.com - PM wants immigrants' skills recognized: McGuinty
Back before the election, I said given the choices, I would've voted Conservative. In the debates for Prime Minister, I noted that to my ears (now) Prime Minister Harper seemed to be the only candidate with ideas about immigration issues he was willing to promote.
This encouraging article from the Star gives me a bit of hope that Harper will perhaps be a man of his word on immigration issues, and it appears that the Provinces are getting in the pro-immigration line.
The reality of Canada's labor situation may finally be making itself known. Perhaps the Provinces finally understand that promoting economic growth by taking down barriers that all Canadians, old and new face in seeking employment where their skills are recognized is good for them.
Like me, there are many people in the world who want to come to Canada and make a life and contribute. Taking the steps that have been promised in recognizing foreign qualifications will go a long way toward helping new Canadians become established and insure that they are able to bring their best to their new home.
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