Saskatchewan immigration’s latest Entrepreneur stream draw saw the Prairie province issue 23 invitations through the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). The Sept. 7 required a minimum score of 105 and an average score of 115 points. “All candidates with 110 points or higher were invited to apply,” notes the Saskatchewan immigration website. “Candidates with 105
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The labour shortage of medical sonographers in Canada is being called a national crisis, providing an opportunity for qualified foreign nationals to gain their permanent residence here through occupation-targeted Express Entry draws. Earlier this year, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) announced Canada’s Express Entry system would begin targeting 82 Canada jobs in healthcare, technology, trades, transport and agriculture this
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The popularity of Canada’s Start-Up Visa (SUV) immigration program soared in July as the number of monthly arrivals under it more than doubled compared to the previous month, reveals the latest data from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). In June, 65 new permanent residents had immigrated under the entrepreneurship program. In July, that spiked upwards 107.7
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Toronto, one of Canada’s most diverse and dynamic cities, has been a magnet for immigrants from all corners of the globe for decades. As a new immigrant in Toronto, you are about to embark on a journey filled with opportunities, challenges, and cultural enrichment. To make your transition smoother and your settlement successful, there are
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The rush by companies to develop online retail operations during the COVID-9 pandemic and keep sales up as public health restrictions led to closures and social distancing fuelled a massive push to hire more web developers for Canada jobs. “With increasing technology adoption, web developers are in demand to help businesses establish an online presence,”
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Newfoundland and Labrador is hosting a series of virtual Canada jobs fairs to help employers recruit more foreign workers to resolve ongoing labour shortages. “Newfoundland and Labrador employers with an interest in filling their staffing needs with workers from outside of Canada are encouraged to register for upcoming virtual immigration fairs starting in September,” notes
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Canada Housing Minister and former Immigration Minister Sean Fraser has hinted that the federal government may consider changes to the country’s historically high immigration levels targets. “When we look to the future of immigration levels planning, we want to maintain ambition and immigration, but we want to better align our immigration policies with the absorptive
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Quebec started its public consultations on immigration Tuesday to determine what its strategy should be from 2024 through to 2027 to deal with both serious labour shortages and economic growth while preserving the French language. During the three-week consultation process that started Sept. 12, a committee of the National Assembly of Quebec, the province’s legislative
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Canada has a demand for kinesiologists and other professional Canada jobs in therapy and assessment, providing opportunities for foreign nationals to gain their permanent residence under occupation-targeted Express Entry draws. In the Canadian territories, Ottawa announced only last month it will be investing $380 million more over the coming decade in the Yukon’s healthcare system as well as
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Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has introduced a new requirement mandating clients to enable multi-factor authentication and verify their identity each time they access their IRCC secure accounts using GCKey login, whether they are logging in for the first time or accessing existing accounts. What Is GCKey? A GCKey user ID grants clients secure
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The Quebec Association of Independent Schools (QAIS) is urging Education Minister Bernard Drainville to help students who are “distressed and confused” about their temporary permits to study in English in Quebec. Christopher Shannon of QAIS said that between 12 to 20 students have been denied permit renewals by bureaucrats misinterpreting the law, and dozens of
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The demand for land surveyors is expected to outstrip the capacity of Canadian schools to train up a new generation of workers to do the Canada jobs that will become available in the coming decade, creating opportunities for foreign nationals who want to immigrate to Canada. In his final report to the Alberta Land Surveyors’
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