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Ontario invests $2.6 million in job training for new Canadians

Ontario is investing $2.6M in free training programs for over 300 newcomers, including Afghan and Ukrainian refugees, to help them find good jobs in Canada. The province is also cracking down on temporary help agencies, exploiting foreign workers by paying them less than minimum wage and withholding their passports. The new law will require these agencies to get a license by Jan 1, 2024, and those who violate workers’ rights will face fines ranging from $100,000 to $200,000. Ontario’s Immigration Minister, Monte McNaughton, believes everyone must collaborate to build the Canadian dream.

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