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What
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Labour Mobility

Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT)

In 1994, all Provincial Premiers and the Prime Minister of Canada signed an Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT).

AIT Chapter 7

  • Requires provincial regulators to eliminate barriers to labour mobility in Canada
  • Includes 51 regulated professions (Agrology is one of them)

Eliminating Barriers

Agrology professionals who are qualified for employment in one province or territory should have access to employment opportunities in another province or territory. Agrologists Canada is working toward this ideal. We lead provincial regulators on a mission to:

  • Develop national standards for licensing
  • Reduce training, time and expenses for agrology professionals who want to move from province/territory to province/territory

For details on AIT, visit Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC)

WE ARE AGROLOGISTS

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AREAS OF PRACTICE

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LABOUR MOBILITY

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