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More than 500,000 international students enrolled in Canadian colleges and universities in 2017, the highest ever till the date. Canada’s growing popularity can be credited to the Express Entry system that was started by Trudeau administration in 2015. According to Canadian Bureau of International Education, more than 60 percent international students want Canadian permanent residency…

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Indians Working for Free in Vancouver for Better Resume
Many immigrants in Vancouver are volunteering in work placements through a program started by South Vancouver Neighbourhood House, which is funded by Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada. These new immigrants want Canadian volunteer experience so that it adds value to their resume and help them find a good job in the near future. Many immigrants…

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The Canadian government will be rejecting more refugee claim applications due to increased illegal crossings. According to Reuters, Canada brought down asylum claim approval rate from 53 percent in 2017 to 40 percent in the first quarter of 2018. Canadian Immigration and Refugee Board reported that no claims were approved in the first quarter of…

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Irish woman
The United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States have closed doors to immigration but not Canada. While all these nations are missing out on the skills of these immigrants, Canada is gaining a lot more. That’s the story of a Siobhán Young. After spending nine precious years of her life in Australia, the Irish citizen…

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Ontario
On February 8, 2018, the province of Ontario conducted its third capital draw of 2018, inviting 89 applicants to apply for the process. It ended gaining a minimum score of 433, a decrease of 11 points from the second draw. This draw was for the applications that were submitted in between January 1 to January…

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