Alberta to feds: Ease immigration barriers

As minister of Alberta employment and immigration, my ministry and its work touch the lives of millions of Albertans through helping them train for work, find a job, collect social assistance, immigrate to Alberta, settle into a new community, or through laws on safety and employment standards. We also work closely with employers, industry and social agencies. A percentage of funding for some of these programs comes from Ottawa.

Thomas A. Lukaszuk
Published: Wednesday, 09/28/2011 12:00 am EDT
Last Updated: Wednesday, 04/16/2014 1:46 pm EDT

As minister of Alberta employment and immigration, my ministry and its work touch the lives of millions of Albertans through helping them train for work, find a job, collect social assistance, immigrate to Alberta, settle into a new community, or through laws on safety and employment standards. We also work closely with employers, industry and social agencies. A percentage of funding for some of these programs comes from Ottawa.

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