Canada funds new immigrant initiative programs
Canada, 2nd June: Canada government is providing funding for several immigrant initiative programs to help newcomers and youth get settled in Canada successfully.
Funding for several Canada immigrant initiative programs--Among the immigrant training programs to receive federal funding aimed for helping newcomers includes Bridge Training Program.
This immigrant initiative will get a funding of $22 million and will assist immigrants with foreign education get jobs in their respective chosen fields of profession.
Canada Bridge Training Program--Bridge Training Program has been provided funding jointly by Canada government and Ontario. It will help new immigrants in Canada get Canadian license in either a regulated job or the training needed for getting work in other professions.
Speaking about the new immigrant training program, Canada immigration minister Jason Kenney stated during a recent press release that it will provide assistance to skilled newcomers in Ontario not only enter into Canada’s labor market but even become integrated successfully.
While applauding the vital role of such immigrant programs in Canada, Kenney said that engaging Canadian employers in this process is essential for success of such immigrant schemes and that’s exactly what this program aims for.
$2.1 million funds for another immigrant mentoring program—A total of $2.1 million provincial funding will be extended for increasing community involvement and for mentoring youth.
Titled ‘The Youth Opportunities Program’, this immigrant program will is a community-based scheme aimed to help 23 communities throughout the province of Ontario. As many as 61 Ontario organizations will be covered for under this mentor youth program.
Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, Eric Hoskins, was all praises for the passion and the commitment of the youth.
He said that youth have a great role in making a vital difference to the Canadian economy. Hoskins said that the significant contributions of youth are a proof for bringing desired changes in betterment of the communities.
They have the power to change the world and provide Ontarians with a brighter future ahead, asserted Hoskins. One common thing about all such immigrant training and mentoring initiatives in Canada is to provide a terrific head start to newcomers in Canada and enable their successful integration into Canada.