Davert Tools in Niagara Falls is one of a few pioneering businesses who are looking for global talent in a new pilot program. Bob Collier worked with Talent Beyond Boundaries on a pilot project that matches skilled refugees with global employers through the Economic Mobility Pathway Project.
The Economic Mobility Pathway Project is facilitated in part by a $114,000 grant from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and is looking at whether skilled refugees in the Middle East and Kenya can immigrate to Canada via existing economic programs.
Syrian refugee Anas Nabulsi will start his dream job in Niagara Falls, and is the 2nd candidate to be placed in Canada by the project
(Photo credit: Stephanie Jenzer, CBC)