Tuesday, September 21, 2010

More Filipino Workers Needed in Manitoba | RP, Manitoba renew agreement on HRD, OFW deployment



The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Department of Labour and Immigration (LIM) signed today the renewed Memorandum of Understanding concerning cooperation in human resource deployment and development. More Filipino Workers from the health, agricultural production, hotel, and restaurant and construction sectors will continue to be in demand in Manitoba.

Secretary Rosalinda Dimapilis-Baldoz signed the MOU on behalf of the Philippines while Premier Greg Selinger signed on behalf of Manitoba in a simple ceremony in Makati City. The two officials later held a press conference to announce the MOU’s signing.

Mr. Selinger flew in to Manila not just to sign the MOU but also to lead a delegation of Manitobans that would like to explore trade, investment, and cultural cooperation with the Philippines. [Source]

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Try this: How to find jobs in Canada.