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US Tough Visa Policies Attracts Immigrants to Canada
The American dream is being replaced swiftly by the Canadian dream. According to its global immigration trends report currently released (4th Edition), the Chicago-based Envoy Global said that more than 6 out of 10 employers in America consider immigration policy in Canada more favorable than America’s. This was drawn from a survey exercised on about…

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Atlantic Canada Records Success in Immigration
As federal ministers and East Coast premiers assemble in Halifax today, Friday, March 1st, for Atlantic Growth Strategy summit, the meeting is expected to be dominated by discussions on how to build on recent immigration successes seen in Atlantic Canada. Immigration was the first issue discussed when the strategy was launched about three years ago,…

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Latest EOI Draw See Saskatchewan Invites83 Express Entry Candidates
In a draw held yesterday, February 27, 83 Express Entry candidates have been invited by Saskatchewan to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence. The invited candidates registered an Expression of Interest (EOI) under Saskatchewan’s International Skilled Worker subcategory of Express Entry. This subcategory gives provinces in Canada the room to nominate candidates…

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Canada Urged to Improve Employment Policy for Immigrants
A significant gap lies between immigrants’ expertise and Canada’s ability to make the best of such expertise according to reports in the country, with a focus on Ontario. Over the last fiscal year, the usual trend seen in reports published regarding employment inequity in Canada’s labor market reveals a definite discrepancy when the expertise of…

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Quebec to Offer Newcomers Expanded French Lessons as They Work
Quebec is raising on-the-job lessons fund by $450,000 as it aims to ensure people just entering the province can effortlessly relate and transact in French. Having recorded significant successes in its on-the-job courses which is a part of its multimillion dollars efforts to make immigrants fluent French speakers – a program called “la francisation”, the…

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