Canadian government unhappy with lopsided participation in work-abroad programs.
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People in Dublin, Ireland walk past an advertisement for jobs in Canada. Ireland and Canada have a bilateral youth mobility agreement.
Marie-Danielle Smith Published: Wednesday, 07/22/2015 1:00 am EDT Last Updated: Tuesday, 08/11/2015 7:23 pm EDT
Europeans are working to attract more young Canadians to visit their countries for work, in hopes of avoiding a Canadian quota cut that could mean less opportunity for foreign youth to take a working holiday in Canada.
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