Source: Irish Central
One of the most remote provinces in Canada is to seek almost 300 skilled workers in Ireland next month.
The government of Saskatchewan and employers throughout the province will embark on a labour recruitment mission to Ireland in March.
Premier Brad Wall and Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration Minister Rob Norris will participate in the trip to Dublin and Cork.
Employers from the province will look for workers at career fairs in the two Irish cities, with over 9,000 qualified candidates expected to attend.
Immigration staff are to support the employers in their visit to Ireland when they will meet with prospective workers in the trades, construction, engineering and health sciences sectors.
Premier Brad Wall said: “The new Saskatchewan offers jobs, a high quality of life and a welcoming environment to newcomers.