Alberta

Increased supports for Alberta caregivers

News Release Increased supports for Alberta caregivers Government is providing $3 million to Caregivers Alberta to expand supports for caregivers during the COVID-19 pandemic and into the future. Funding to the non-profit organization will help expand support programs and resources for the almost one million Albertans who are caregivers for family and friends, and ensure … Continue reading

Edmonton

Forum to tackle impacts of global migration on caregivers tomorrow at UofA

News Release Forum to tackle impacts of global migration on caregivers   EDMONTON, Alberta – Community leaders are poised to put their lenses and scrutinize global migration and its impacts on caregivers in Canada in a forum on Saturday, April 7, at the University of Alberta.   The forum, “Global Migration and Caregivers in Canada” comes … Continue reading

Federal government continues to make family reunification a priority
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Federal government continues to make family reunification a priority

Federal government continues to make family reunification a priority News Release From Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada Processing surge puts Government on track to largely eliminate Live-in Caregiver Program backlog by end of 2018 Toronto, ON – Caregivers and their families will be reunited and the inventory of Live-in Caregiver Program (LCP) applications will be largely eliminated … Continue reading

Minister Wong releases report from the Employer Panel for Caregivers
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Minister Wong releases report from the Employer Panel for Caregivers

News Release Minister Wong releases report from the Employer Panel for Caregivers Toronto, Ontario – Employment and Social Development Canada The Honourable Alice Wong, Minister of State (Seniors), announced the release of the Employer Panel for Caregivers’ report called When Work and Caregiving Collide – How Employers Can Support their Employees Who Are Caregivers. The … Continue reading

Government of Canada announces reforms to end the live-in requirement, reduce family separation and provide more options to caregivers in Canada
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Government of Canada announces reforms to end the live-in requirement, reduce family separation and provide more options to caregivers in Canada

News Release Improving Canada’s Caregiver Program Government of Canada announces reforms to end the live-in requirement, reduce family separation and provide more options to caregivers in Canada Ottawa — Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration Minister, Chris Alexander, announced significant reforms to the Caregiver Program that acknowledges the valuable contributions caregivers make to Canadian families and the … Continue reading