Other Related Agreements
A number of other interprovincial Labour Mobility programs and agreements exist within Canada that includes Labour Mobility provisions. Where inconsistencies exist between agreements, the agreement most favourable to Labour Mobility will be used.
- British Columbia-Alberta Trade, Investment and Labour Mobility Agreement (TILMA)
- New West partnership Trade Agreement (NWPTA)
- Agreement Between The Government of New Brunswick and the Gouvernement du Québec on Labour Mobility and the Recognition of Qualifications, Skills and Work Experience in the Construction Industry
- Newfoundland & Labrador-Québec Agreement on Labour Mobility And Recognition of Qualifications, Skills, and Work Experience in the Construction Industry
- New Brunswick-Nova Scotia Partnership Agreement on Regulation and the Economy
- Agreement on Labour Mobility and Recognition of Qualifications, Skills and Work Experience in the Construction Industry (2006) Between the Government of Ontario and the Gouvernement du Québec
- Trade and Cooperation Agreement between Québec and Ontario (2009)
This list is non-exhaustive and subject to change.
- Pan-Canadian Framework for the Assessment and Recognition of Foreign Qualifications
- Provincial-Territorial Apprentice Mobility Protocol
International trade and labour agreements are an essential component of Canada’s continued economic success. All governments are responsible for watching, managing and assessing how trade agreements affect Labour Mobility.
Information on Canada’s existing International Trade Agreements can be found at Global Affairs Canada. Information on the Québec-France Agreement on the Mutual Recognition of Professional Qualifications can be found here.
The LMCG coordinates implementation of the Labour Mobility Chapter of the AIT on the FLMM’s behalf