Canada has introduced a new program to draw skilled foreign workers residing in the United States.
Immigration Minister Sean Fraser (pictured) announced the initiative at the Collision tech conference, which is part of a broader federal strategy targeting tech talent.
Starting next month, foreign workers with U.S. H-1B visas can apply for three-year open work permits in Canada.
Ottawa has allocated a one-year window for up to 10,000 applications.
By providing more immigration stability than the U.S., Canada aims to capitalize on the growing mobility of workers and position itself as a destination for top professionals.
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