Canada-Nova Scotia Labour Market Agreement for Persons with Disabilities 2007

From the introduction:

The province of Nova Scotia has partnered with the Government of Canada for more than 45 years delivering cost-shared programs to assist persons with disabilities making the transition to the labour force. This partnership began with the Vocational Rehabilitation of Disabled Persons Agreement in 1961 and evolved into the Employability Assistance for Persons with Disabilities Agreement that was replaced in 2004 with the current Multilateral Framework for Labour Market Agreements for Persons with Disabilities Agreement. The Multilateral Agreement provides the basis for bilateral agreements between individual provinces and the Government of Canada.

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