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…

Haiti Nurses Can Now Get Priority Quebec Immigration Processing

Haiti Nurses Can Now Get Priority Quebec Immigration Processing

Nurses in Haiti have been added to a Quebec immigration program offering priority processing for applications for temporary and permanent residence and wooing them with the promise of paid upgrading courses. “Haiti will be added to the list of high-priority countries,” tweeted Quebec Immigration Minister Jean Boulet this week. “Quebec needs these skills to address…