Atlantic Immigration Pilot – Jérôme Bossé

Find out how Rossignol Transport Ltd. in New Brunswick used the Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP) to fill job vacancies left behind by retiring baby boomers. The AIP is an innovative partnership that aims to attract and retain skilled immigrants and international graduates to meet the unique workforce needs of the Atlantic region.

Atlantic Immigration Pilot – Jérôme Bossé

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Transcript: “Atlantic Immigration Pilot – Jérôme Bossé”

Video length: 39 seconds

Upbeat, instrumental music plays throughout.

Text on screen: Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program. Designated Employer’s Experience

Visual: A carousel of images of people circles around then stops and zooms into an image which becomes a video.

Visual: A man is speaking directly to the camera.

Text on screen: Jérôme Bossé, Edmundston, New Brunswick, General Manager, Rossignol Transport

Jérôme Bossé: We are in a trucking sector where there is a labour shortage, particularly following the upcoming retirement of baby boomers, which has begun.

Visual: A man is sitting at his desk facing his computer and talking on the phone. The visual then shifts back to the man speaking directly to the camera.

Jérôme Bossé: To ensure our growth, to ensure our long-term continuity, I believe that foreign workers are critical for our industry.

Visual: A man is sitting at his desk with his back to the camera. He turns around in his chair to face the camera and smiles.

Jérôme Bossé: For us, this has been a success, and it is a success that we wish to continue, and we are proud of it.

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Text on screen: For more information: Canada.ca/Atlantic-immigration

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Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada corporate signature along with the copyright message: “Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, represented by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, 2018” is shown.

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