Simplify accreditation process for workers trained abroad

Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters was founded more than 140 years ago, in large part, to protect and grow Canadian manufacturing in the face of a thriving industrialized power in the United States. At the time, CME's policies were distinctly anti-American and anti-free trade. However, we also advocated strongly for the development of Canada's West to provide markets for domestically-made goods, as well as the creation of a value-added manufacturing sector in and around natural resource development.

Mathew Wilson
Published: Wednesday, 02/15/2012 12:00 am EST

Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters was founded more than 140 years ago, in large part, to protect and grow Canadian manufacturing in the face of a thriving industrialized power in the United States. At the time, CME's policies were distinctly anti-American and anti-free trade. However, we also advocated strongly for the development of Canada's West to provide markets for domestically-made goods, as well as the creation of a value-added manufacturing sector in and around natural resource development.

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