Newcomers Making Pembina Valley Region Their New Home
September 17, 2018
The flow of immigrants into the Pembina Valley region continues unabated, and it’s quite likely we’ll see current numbers expanded in the near future, according to the Executive Director for Regional Connections based in Winkler.
Steve Reynolds says the federal government realizes more skilled workers are needed to help expand Canada’s economy.
“Some of the immigration requirements and federal programs have changed, but overall their target numbers for the coming years have increased. They are looking to offset the loss of retiring baby boomers who are leaving the workforce in the next few years, and one of the strategies is to increase immigration.”
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