Canada opens doors for Punjab workers as informal agreement reached

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Canada opens doors for Punjab workers as informal agreement reached

In a positive development, Canada has unofficially agreed to welcome a higher number of workers from Punjab, Pakistan. This understanding was reached during a meeting between the Caretaker Chief Minister of Punjab, Mohsin Naqvi, and Canadian High Commissioner Leslie Scanlon.

Expressing confidence in the agreement, Chief Minister Naqvi emphasized that this informal arrangement creates opportunities for the youth in Pakistan to access increased employment prospects in Canada.

 This move is seen as a constructive step toward promoting economic collaboration between the two nations.

The informal agreement not only focuses on the integration of the workforce but also extends to broader areas of cooperation.

 The meeting included discussions on environmental protection, a crucial aspect given Lahore’s current designation as one of the most polluted cities globally.

Chief Minister Naqvi highlighted the importance of this collaboration, stating, “This informal agreement signifies not only economic cooperation but also underscores the mutual commitment to addressing environmental concerns, particularly in Lahore.”

Given the concerning pollution levels in Lahore, discussions on environmental collaboration were particularly relevant. Both parties are eager to explore avenues to tackle environmental challenges and collaborate on sustainable solutions.

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