British Columbia To Spend $12M On Recruiting Foreign-Trained Nurses

British Columbia To Spend $12M On Recruiting Foreign-Trained Nurses

British Columbia is to spend $12 million on recruiting foreign-trained nurses for Canada immigration by making it easier – and cheaper – for them to get their credentials recognized. “This investment is an exciting step in providing more support for internationally-educated nurses who want to work in B.C.,” says Michael McMillan, president and chief executive…

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British Columbia Targets Health and Early Childhood Educator Occupations With PNP Changes

A slew of changes to the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) are designed to respond to labour market shortages in health and early childhood educator occupations. The changes announced on March 10, 2022, include a new list of priority occupations for the BC PNP and a new policy of targeting occupations through periodic…