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The Canadian and Italian governments have introduced the bilateral Youth Mobility Agreement, allowing certain Canadian and Italian nationals to live and work in the two countries.
Additional Information: Eligible Italian nationals can find more information regarding the Youth Mobility Agreement through Canada’s International Experience Canada Program website; eligible Canadian nationals can find more information about the program through this website.
BAL Analysis: Canadian and Italian authorities introduced the Youth Mobility Agreement to improve bilateral relations and labor market access for their youth between the ages of 18 and 35.
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