Eleven communities to attract newcomers to support middle-class jobs
June 14, 2019—Sault Ste. Marie, ON — Eleven rural and northern communities have been selected as part of the new Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot to invite newcomers to make these communities their forever homes.
As the Canadian population ages and the birth rate declines, rural Canada’s workforce has seen a significant decrease in available workers. This pilot will help attract people that are needed to drive economic growth and help support middle-class jobs in these communities.
The participating rural and northern communities will have access to a range of supports to test this new innovative, community-driven model that will help fill labour gaps.
The selected communities are:
Thunder Bay (ON), Sault Ste. Marie (ON), Sudbury (ON), Timmins (ON), North Bay (ON),
Gretna-Rhineland-Altona-Plum Coulee (MB), Brandon (MB),
Moose Jaw (SK),
West Kootenay (BC), and Vernon (BC).
The participating communities were selected as a representative sample of the regions across Canada to assist in laying out the blueprint for the rest of the country.
To complement the Rural and Northern Pilot, Canada is also working with the territories to address the unique immigration needs in Canada’s North.
Canada is committed to attracting the best talent around the world to fill skill shortages and drive local economies in rural Canada that will benefit all Canadians.
Throughout the summer, the government will begin working with selected communities to position them to identify candidates for permanent residence as early as fall 2019.
Communities will be responsible for candidate recruitment and endorsement for permanent residence.
Newcomers are expected to begin to arrive under this pilot in 2020.
Communities worked with local economic development organizations to submit an application which demonstrated how they met the eligibility criteria
by March 11, 2019.
The Atlantic Immigration Pilot was launched in March 2017 as part of the Atlantic Growth Strategy. The four Atlantic provinces are able to endorse up to 2,500 workers in 2019 under that pilot to meet labour market needs in the region.
Rural communities employ over four million Canadians and account for almost 30% of the national GDP.
Rural Canada supplies food, water, and energy for urban centres, sustaining the industries that contribute to Canada’s prosperous economy.
Between 2001 and 2016, the number of potential workers has decreased by 23% percent, while the number of potential retirees has increased by 40%.
from Blogger http://nexuscanada.blogspot.com/2019/06/rural-and-northern-immigration-pilot.html
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