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British Columbia has conducted a new draw through the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program, issuing invitations to at least 158 candidates. The June 14 draws were split into two categories: general and targeted. In the general draw, which included tech occupations, 138 invitations were issued through five BC PNP streams for skilled workers and international
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International students who do not have enough money to live and study in Canada should be given open work permits and be provided with sponsorship opportunities, says a Canadian government standing committee. The House of Commons Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration quietly released its report, Differential Treatment in Recruitment and Acceptance Rates of Foreign
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A record-high number of available jobs and a low, low Canadian unemployment rate are both good news for foreign nationals hoping to immigrate to Canada under economic immigration programs and clinching that dream job is as easy as following these five steps. Read More New Brunswick Launches Immigration Navigator To Help Immigrants Find JobsCanada To
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Canada has dramatically ramped up the number of new citizens at the start of 2022, as it looks to tackle a backlog of applications and growing processing times. Official figures show more than 95,000 people became citizens in the first quarter of the year, compared to 136,604 in the whole of 2021. At the current
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The Atlantic Canadian province of New Brunswick is helping immigrants land jobs and entrepreneurs find workers with its new Immigration Navigator referral service. “We recognize there is a shortage of labour and the success and growth of New Brunswick businesses is dependent upon access to talent,” said provincial Immigration Minister Arlene Dunn. “Our Immigration Navigator
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Canada has announced $1.5 million in spending to help foreign-trained health care workers get their credentials recognized. The spending, announced on Monday by Marie-France Lalonde, Parliamentary Secretary to the Immigration Minister Sean Fraser, is to help professionals educated abroad fill important positions in Canada’s health care system in provinces outside Quebec. Through the expansion of
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Canada Immigration Minister Sean Fraser was at the Halifax Stanfield International Airport Friday evening to welcome the 319 passengers aboard Ottawa’s third chartered flight to bring Ukrainian refugees to safety in Canada. “Once again, Canadians are opening their hearts and warmly welcoming Ukrainians fleeing (Russian President Vladimir) Putin’s unjustifiable war in their homeland,” said Fraser. 
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