It’s, as Alanis Morissette might put it, so ironic. On the one hand, we’re frequently hearing tales of foreign-trained medical doctors and architects driving cabs and flipping burgers because their professional experience from another country isn’t getting them hired here. Meanwhile, many employers are crying out for qualified candidates. While sectors like health, oil and mining come immediately to mind as professional-starved, a unique program is aiming at tackling the disconnect between new Canadians and the environmental management sector.

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