Last Updated on October 13, 2016
Are you excited by the prospect of a working holiday in San Marino?
A new agreement means Canadians aged between 18 and 35 can work for up to a year in the tiny republic, located within the Italian peninsula.
Reciprocal rights will also be afforded to residents of San Marino.
The new rights come following the signing of a Working Holiday Youth Mobility Arrangement as part of the International Experience Canada program.
Canada has similar arrangements with 32 other countries, giving citizens the freedom to experience other cultures, other ways of doing business and to learn new languages.
Countries Part of International Experience Canada Program
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“This arrangement will make it easier for Canadian and San Marino youth to broaden their horizons through valuable international travel and work experience, which will allow them to enhance their personal and professional development, giving them a competitive edge in today’s job market,” said Stéphane Dion, Minister of Foreign Affairs.
For more information on the International Experience Canada program, click here.
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