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Canada bids to lure skilled foreign workers north from U.S. with new program

TORONTO — Canada wants to tap an international talent pool already close at hand, with a new program to bring in skilled foreign workers living in the United States. Immigration Minister Sean Fraser announced the pathway for H-1B visa holders on Tuesday at the Collision tech conference, along with other measures in a new federal strategy targeting tech talent.

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