Canada-Nova Scotia Labour Market Development Agreement

“We are committed to helping Nova Scotians connect to good jobs in the province and ensure our businesses have access to the workforce they need to grow. These agreements mean we can deliver programs and services that can help improve the lives and careers of Nova Scotians while contributing to a broader economy. I would like to thank the federal government for its partnership and support in preparing our staff for the future. ” – The Honourable Labi Kousoulis, Minister of Labour and Training 7.7 The Parties acknowledge that further agreements may be necessary to ensure continuity of customer service during the transfer of responsibilities under this Agreement and that further agreements may be necessary to address transitional issues. May be. 6.1 Nova Scotia will create and provide a full range of attractive, accessible, low-cost, integrated and citizen-centred labour market programs and services to meet the needs of New Scotians. Canada and Nova Scotia support the development of a coherent service system in Nova Scotia, focused on managing the labour market challenges faced by employers and workers across Nova Scotia; The Nova Scotia Office of Immigration`s Labour Market Integration Program helps organizations provide services to immigrants (including refugees) to increase their labour force participation, improve qualification programs, facilitate labour mobility and provide information on labour market decisions. 21.1 Except as otherwise provided in this ETA, the transfer of public service personnel as a public servant of Nova Scotia shall be governed by the conditions set out in the Public Service Act, the Provincial Collective Agreement and other applicable laws and regulations. 5.3 Nova Scotia may require improvements in Canadian applications used by Nova Scotia.

If deemed appropriate, proposals for improvement will be considered in Canada`s priority process. Nothing in this clause limits the development activities that must be carried out by both parties to ensure the exchange of personal data between the two organisations.. . . .