Canada-Nova Scotia Job Fund Agreement

14.3 The amounts to be paid for the 2009/2010 and 2010/2011 fiscal year are set on the provinces or territories in accordance with Canada`s allocation method for the allocation of credits authorized annually by the Canadian Tax Office for expenditures under Part II of the EI Act. The current projected maximum amount of the Canadian contribution to benefits and NS measures for each of these fiscal years is estimated as follows: Considering that, in Budget 2017, Canada announced a commitment to simplify and make more flexible these labour market transfer agreements by consolidating them into new labour development agreements; Employers may receive funds to cover a portion of the new employee`s training costs. For any other questions, contact your contract manager or email: settlement@novascotia.ca, (902) 424-5230, free 1 (877) 292-9597.he General Call for Proposals for fiscal year 2020-22 is now open. Today, Scott Brison, President of Canada`s Department of Finance, announced on behalf of Minister of Honour Patty Hajdu, Canada`s Minister of Employment, Labour Development and Labour, that the governments of Canada and Nova Scotia have signed agreements that will allow Canada to allocate more than $700 million to Nova Scotia over six years to invest in Nova Scotia workers. These agreements represent an increase in appropriations of more than $70 million over this period compared to previous funding levels. This increase means that over the past six years, an estimated 17,000 additional neo-echo workers will benefit. with respect to any person who has benefited from Nova Scotia`s assistance under Nova Scotia`s programs, The following personal data, which is under its control, will be made available to Nova Scotia, if applicable and upon written request: 3.2 Nova Scotia and Canada agree that the provision of services will be maintained in municipalities where Service Canada currently has an office that currently provides programs and services under the agreement until an audit is completed. These municipalities include: Amherst, Antigonish, Bridgewater, Cape Breton Regional Municipality, Digby, Halifax Regional Municipality, Inverness, Kentville, New Glasgow, Port Hawkesbury, Shelburne, Truro, Windsor and Yarmouth. Before applying for funding, read the guidelines for the Immigration Financing Program for Labour Market Integration (2020-22). This document explains in detail the application process.

In addition, it describes how the documents listed below are used. In order to plan and carry out evaluation activities for programs and services funded under this agreement, the parties agree to cooperate through the WDA Development Program Evaluation Steering Committee, in accordance with Section 30, paragraph 2, of this agreement. The new and amended agreements followed extensive consultation with more than 700 stakeholders on expanding and improving skills and jobs for Canadians. 2. An amendment to one of the annexes of this agreement may be made by the written agreement of the designated officials of the contracting parties.

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