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Toronto:� Indo-Canadian Ontario Minister for Government Services Harinder S. Takhar accepted the 2009/2010 Career Bridge Program Award, Public Service category, on behalf of the Ontario Public Service.
Accepting this award on behalf of the Ministry, HR Ontario and OPS,� Harinder S. Takhar said that in� today's tough economic times such programs play a key role. Firstly, they provide necessarToronto:� Indo-Canadian Ontario Minister for Government Services Harinder S. Takhar accepted the 2009/2010 Career Bridge Program Award, Public Service category, on behalf of the Ontario Public Service.
Accepting this award on behalf of the Ministry, HR Ontario and OPS,� Harinder S. Takhar said that in� today's tough economic times such programs play a key role. Firstly, they provide necessary experience, opportunity and reference to trained new immigrants. Secondly, such programs help in making public service more reflective of our population. Finally, as the population ages the government needs to build diverse pool of new talent.
"One of the most important things we all can do to get the economy moving is to make an effective use of the Human Resources talent in this province," he added.
In the current global economic times where the competition for talent and knowledge is intense, fierce and gets cut-throat with each passing day, when an immigrant lands in a new country with a bag full of degrees, unique skill sets and a different way of looking at things, all they need is "not a hand out but a hand up!", said the Minister.
The Ontario government is the only province to launch an internship program specifically for professional newcomers, so that they can earn valuable Canadian work experience within the public service and Crown agencies. In the past year, the ITI program was expanded to nearly double the number of six-month paid internships across the OPS, from 75-130 positions.
In its first three years, the OPS Internship Program for ITIs has successfully placed 221 interns in 22 ministries across the province.y experience, opportunity and reference to trained new immigrants. Secondly, such programs help in making public service more reflective of our population. Finally, as the population ages the government needs to build diverse pool of new talent.
"One of the most important things we all can do to get the economy moving is to make an effective use of the Human Resources talent in this province," he added.
In the current global economic times where the competition for talent and knowledge is intense, fierce and gets cut-throat with each passing day, when an immigrant lands in a new country with a bag full of degrees, unique skill sets and a different way of looking at things, all they need is "not a hand out but a hand up!", said the Minister.
The Ontario government is the only province to launch an internship program specifically for professional newcomers, so that they can earn valuable Canadian work experience within the public service and Crown agencies. In the past year, the ITI program was expanded to nearly double the number of six-month paid internships across the OPS, from 75-130 positions.
In its first three years, the OPS Internship Program for ITIs has successfully placed 221 interns in 22 ministries across the province.
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