Canada is getting a lot of new jobs.
But a lot are not going to be in the US.
As the deal between Canada and the US goes into effect, the government is going to ask Canadians if they want to come home.
That’s according to a report from the Canadian Press, which says the federal government is also preparing a report that will tell the public if there are enough jobs available in Canada.
The report will also ask for input on the size of the proposed border, the size and location of the fence, and whether or not there are any new jobs or training opportunities for Canadians in the border region.
The report was also produced in collaboration with the Canada Border Services Agency.
It is expected to be released this fall.
“We’re still in the process of making a final assessment of the job market in Canada and what the number of Canadians who are interested in going to the United States is,” said an official with the CBSA, who asked not to be identified because the issue is sensitive.
An CBSA spokesperson said the agency has received a number of requests for information and has done its best to respond.
There have been no announcements that Canadians will be moving back to Canada as part the border deal, the spokesperson said.
That decision has not yet been made, but CBSA has said it will have a decision by early January.
If you’re looking for jobs in the United Kingdom, you should know you’re not alone.
The UK has been working to attract new businesses from the US and Europe in the face of the new border deal.
According to a spokesperson with the Office for National Statistics, in the 12 months to March 31, British businesses imported $9.8 billion worth of goods from the United State.
However, it is not just the UK that is trying to attract more Americans.
Canada has also begun issuing visas to Americans looking to work in Canada, but that process is still underway.
The first batch of new visas were issued in April and will be available for use by August.
The United States will not be sending any new border patrol agents to Canada to help enforce the new deal.
But the border between Canada, the US, and Mexico will be maintained for now.