business communities: The federal government, through ACOA, is providing 77,562 to the Western Regional Enterprise Network so it can work with entrepreneurs and the local business communities in the western region to build awareness of the Atlantic Immigration Pilot and help those facing labour shortages access the pilot, according to The Chronicle Herald. Companies currently making use of the Atlantic Immigrant Pilot program include Riverside Lobster International of Meteghan River, Fox Hill Cheese House of Port Williams and the Citco Group of Cos. in Halifax. Connecting entrepreneurs who have the expertise to turn their ideas into successful and growth-oriented companies with skilled immigrants is said to be one way Canada's openness can help build a world-class innovation economy. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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