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Around 3,000 salvadorans have traveled to Canada through the Labor Migration program implemented by the Ministerio de Trabajo y Previsión Social (MTPS).

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The minister of Labor Rolando Castro has announced that 3,000 salvadorans will be able to travel in 2024 to work in the different canadian companies with which they managed to have common agreements.

 

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The minister of Labor, Rolando Castro, announced today the departure of the eighth contingent of salvadorans to Canada, who will work with temporary visas for a period of 2 years in that country.

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The Central Government's initiatives to facilitate access to decent and formal employment have improved living conditions for tens of thousands of families.

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Through the Labor Migration program of the Ministry of Labor, more compatriots continue traveling to Canada. A new contingent of salvadorans left for the North American country to work legally.

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A new group of salvadorans have packed their bags to travel legally to Canada, where they will be hired by companies to work temporarily in different areas. The opportunity is part of the Labor Migration Program.

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Guatemala's flag carrier TagAirlines has appointed AirlinePros as its General Sales Agent (GSA) in Canada. AirlinePros will be responsible for the airline's marketing and sales, trade promotion activities and customer service in the canadian market.

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Today a new group of skilled agricultural workers will travel to Canada thanks to the Labor Migration Program.

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The minister of Labor, Rolando Castro, informed through his Twitter account, that for this week there will be an upcoming call for those who wish to apply to the Labor Migration Program in Canada that is being implemented by the institution.

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The Minister of Labor, Rolando Castro announced in a press conference that by july a contingent of 250 to 300 salvadorans will be sent to work in Canada.

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