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Published: June 1, 2006

New fairness commissioner would make regulatory bodies accountable for how they treat immigrants
New legislation would have Ontario's 34 regulated professions face scrutiny by a new 'fairness commissioner', ensuring their admission procedures are clear, open and fair to all.

Edmonton wants federal government to streamline immigration
A survey by Manpower Inc. found that Edmonton's net employment is anticipated to grow by 48 per cent, compared to the national net employment outlook of 29 per cent. The red-hot job market across the nation leaves Edmonton, Alberta clamoring to find the right people.

British Columbia construction industry fast-tracks skilled trades workers from Europe
European employees are hired in association with the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), which effectively speeds up an immigrant's work permit and landed immigrant application processing.

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