CANADA TUNISIA

Quebec employers push to regulate Francophone workforce training

Karl Blackburn, président du Conseil du patronat du Québec, lors de la cérémonie de lancement de l'Alliance des patronats francophones à Tunis le 29 mars 2022.
Karl Blackburn, président du Conseil du patronat du Québec, lors de la cérémonie de lancement de l'Alliance des patronats francophones à Tunis le 29 mars 2022. © Karl Blackburn/Twitter
Riding off the launch of the Francophone employers' alliance in Tunis late week, Quebec business leaders called for a common framework on training workers throughout the French-speaking world. Shared protocols would help the qualified workers Quebec needs migrate to the country. [...] (297 words)
Issue dated 05/04/2022 Reading time 2 minutes
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