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Trudeau pitches Canada’s tech jobs to San Francisco market

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau introduced what some name his “maple attraction offensive” to San Francisco on Thursday with a twin agenda: pitch Canada as a vacation spot for American tech companies amid growing unease over U.S. immigration coverage and remind California of its lengthy commerce relationship with the nation, regardless of President Trump’s risk to bow out of NAFTA.

The heated debate over immigration since Trump’s election has offered a transparent opening for Canada to pitch itself to Silicon Valley. As American employers fear about entry to international employees, Canada is providing a two-week fast-track employment allow for sure employees, dubbed the “world abilities technique visa.

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