If you are considering Alberta as a place to work and live, Alberta’s economic growth has opened up many opportunities for immigrants to start a new life. Here, we can provide you with information about the immigration process for Canada and Alberta, as well as about programs and services designed to help you before and after you arrive.
Temporary Foreign Worker Support Services – Call for Proposals 2014-2015
Alberta’s economy is strong and continues to experience worker shortages. As a result, employee recruitment through the federal government’s Temporary Foreign Worker (TFW) program has grown. Alberta Human Services is aware of the needs and issues of TFWs and is interested in providing support services to this group.
We invite the submission of proposals to deliver TFW Support Services for the 2014-15 fiscal year.
Submit the documents both electronically and in hardcopy on or before Friday, December 13 by 4:00 p.m. to:
Immigrant Settlement and Language Programs
6th Floor Labour Building
10808-99 Avenue NW
Edmonton AB T5K 0G5
Thank you to those who participated in our proponent’s meeting held on Friday, November 29. The TFW proponent’s meeting questions and answers shared at the meeting are available to all potential applicants. Please note late submissions will not be accepted.
Adult language learners now have a free new resource to improve their English using CBC-Radio news and feature stories with online written lessons. The news is read at a slower pace to help with listening and understanding.
February 15, 2011
Over the past few months, consultations have been held with community members regarding the Temporary Foreign Worker Program.
September 8, 2011