On behalf of the Forum of Labour Market Ministers, the Labour Mobility Coordinating Group is pleased to announce the launch of its new website. The website was created to establish a centralized body of information on the requirements of Chapter 7 (Labour Mobility) of the Agreement on Internal Trade.
The new website provides information to regulatory authorities and regulated workers on issues related to labour mobility, including information on additional certification requirements, answers to Frequently Asked Questions and a detailed list of current exceptions to labour mobility across Canada. It also houses contact information for jurisdictional labour mobility coordinators and contains links to important initiatives and resources related to labour mobility in Canada.Labour Mobility is essential for the Canadian workforce.
- For skilled tradespeople a current License or the Red Seal is the recognized passport to mobility in trades across Canada.
- For Recognized Certificates, please contact the Cosmetology Association for more information: at 1-902-468-6477
- To have a Cosmetology License from another Country or Province in Canada recognized in NS, the License must be current (not expired) in the place of origin, and the following application must be completed and submitted by the applicant: application form and pay applicable fees.
- For more information concerning careers in Nova Scotia, please visit: www.careers.novascotia.ca