Nurses are in such high demand in Canada that the country simply can’t train them fast enough to fill the available jobs and so is doing everything it can to recruit them from other countries. “It’s good news that we have so many applicants (in nursing programs),” Elizabeth Saewyc, the director of the University of
Immigrants to Canada are over-represented in nursing and healthcare support positions, a Statistics Canada report reveals. “In 2015/2016, they made up 22 per cent of the workforce in these occupations, compared with 16 per cent of the total employed population,” notes the report. Immigrants from countries with predominantly-Black populations are among those newcomers most likely
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made the recruitment and retention of healthcare workers from other countries a top priority for Canada’s immigration minister Friday. In a mandate letter to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Minister Marco Mendicino, the Canadian prime minister described the COVID-19 pandemic as the most serious public health crisis the country has ever faced.
We are currently accepting requests from foreign nationals with suitable experience and training as Nurses (Clinical, Community Health, Critical Care, Intensive Care, Occupational Health, and Registered Nurse R.N.) and Licensed Practical Nurses seeking to live and work in Canada on an expedited basis for immediate full time employment in this occupation in Canada. Our FAST