The lack of foreign credential recognition affects immigrant integration into the health-care sector, making it even more difficult to address labour shortages.
OCASI statement on the attack on a Muslim family in London, Ontario
Toronto / June 8, 2021
Canadian Immigrant and ACCES Employment proudly present a free one-stop web industry-specific virtual web conference series connecting newcomers with information and inspiration as you settle into your new home.
Join us June 10, at 1:00pm (Eastern Standard Time) for this 90-minute event! Register today!
Broken into three parts, this web conference for Internationally Educated Nurses and Health Professionals will feature speakers who are experts in their fields, speaking to you from across Canada with the goal to help you succeed on your chosen path.
Dr. Erin O’Connor has already put in a full day’s work when she arrives at the Toronto Western Hospital (TWH) Emergency Department (ED) for her 4 p.m. shift.
On this day, there were virtual committee meetings, and the planning and administrative duties that come with also being the ED Deputy Medical Director. Plus, there was sharing oversight of her five-year-old’s online schooling with her husband, while the nanny helped with the couple’s three-year-old and meals.
Topic: Pre-arrival programs: Here to help you before arriving in Canada
Join New Canadians on May 21 to learn about government-funded free pre-arrival programs and how they can support you in your employment and settlement journey.
Please click here to register: Webinar Registration – Zoom
On 18 February 2021, the Employment Resource Connections Action Group (ERCAG) facilitated a successful event for 87 front-line settlement and employment service providers. This was the action group’s 4th annual professional development event and the first virtual event held on Zoom. The event, titled ‘Employability, COVID-19 and Beyond: Building a Path Forward’ focused on employability throughout and ahead of COVID-19, and the future of the Canadian labor market. The video recording of the event can be found on YouTube linked above.
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May 10-16, 2021: The National Nursing Week annual celebrations take place from the Monday to the Sunday of the same week as Florence Nightingale’s birthday, May 12.
The theme this year is #WeAnswerTheCall and was developed by CNA to showcase the many roles that nurses play in a patient’s health-care journey. The pandemic brought to light the courage and commitment that nurses work under every day and showed the important role that nurses play in the community. This year, Johnson & Johnson, the world’s largest and most broadly-based health-care company, has sponsored National Nursing Week to showcase its commitment to the well-being of Canada’s health-care professionals.- See more at: https://cna-aiic.ca/en/news-room/events/national-nursing-week#resources
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New requirements for travel to Canada: As of February 21, 2021 at 11:59 pm ET, you must meet the new testing and quarantine requirements when coming to Canada.