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Lunch & Learn - Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program - Opportunities for Nova Scotia Businesses

Published by Jacqui Squires

April 21, 2017

Nova Scotia has placed a strong focus on immigration; exploring how we maximize all pathways for immigrants to come to the province and ensure we attract immigrants who support our provincial economic needs and want to live and stay here. 

Through the Provincial Nominee Program and the new Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program, the province is working closely with the federal government to bring skilled workers to the province to mitigate existing labour shortages and support the long term economic and demographic priorities of the province.

Learn how these programs work, what your role could be and how immigration can help you address labour shortages through a Lunch and Learn with Suzanne Ley, Executive Director, Nova Scotia Office of Immigration.

Pre-registration is required. Please register on or before April 18th.

CME Members – Complimentary Non-Members - $25.00

A working lunch will be provided. Any allergies or dietary needs should be provided upon registration.



Any questions please call 902-422-4477.

Additional Information

Location: NSCC Waterfront Campus, Dartmouth
Time: Noon - 1:30
Cost: $25 non members

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