Nova Scotia is investing another $3 million in settlement funds to boost English language training, support healthcare workers and the francophone population and other community initiatives to improve the retention of newcomers through activities tailored for each region. “We’re very pleased to have attracted so many skilled professionals to Nova Scotia last year in fields where we
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Are you a candidate with skills and qualifications in one of Canada’s 82 jobs for occupation-specific Express Entry draws? We want to help you move to Canada. Please submit your CV here.  Canada has conducted another targeted Express Entry draw, issuing 2,500 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) under the French language proficiency category. The February 29 draw saw a minimum Comprehensive Ranking
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Are you a candidate with skills and qualifications in one of Canada’s 82 jobs for occupation-specific Express Entry draws? We want to help you move to Canada. Please submit your CV here.  Canada has conducted another General Express Entry draw, issuing 1,470 Invitations to Apply (ITAs).  The February 28 draw saw a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 534 points
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Canada is helping internationally educated health care professionals (IEHPs) work in Yukon by investing to speed up their accreditation. Rechie Veldez, Minister of Small Business, has announced up to $3.65 million in funding to the Government of Yukon through the Foreign Credential Recognition Program, to improve the integration of IEHPs into the Yukon labor market.
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Quebec’s French language commissioner wants to strike a deal with Canada’s federal government to ensure only French-speaking asylum claimants will be directed to settle in the province. “A new federal-provincial agreement is needed to support the welcoming and integration of asylum claimants,” wrote French Language Commissioner Benoît Dubreuil in French. “The agreement should not only
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Ontario universities say they want at least 35 per cent of the international students allowed into the province in the wake of Immigration Minister Marc Miller’s cap on study permit applications, the Toronto Star reports. The Council of Ontario Universities (COU) reportedly wants about 82,250 of 235,000 study permit applications accepted from international students to
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